Artist Talk: Laurel Johannesson

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WHEN: Tuesday, March 16 at 11 a.m.

WHERE: Room 532, ACAD

Time on the surface could be thought of as linear, flowing like a conveyor belt moving horizontally from the past, present to the future. However, through surveying ideas, philosophies, and representations of temporality, and looking at the interplay between contemporary art and technology, we can understand how time is a much more complex concept.

Laurel will provide an overview of her research into temporality at the intersection of art and technology and will discuss its relationship to her current artistic practice.

*This talk was previously presented at the Material Environments: Sensing Time and Matter in Digital and Visual Culture Conference at the University of Greenwich, London, UK.