Natalie and James Thompson Gallery
Rosa Menkman has worked extensively on pushing the boundaries of technology through the exploration of glitches, compressions, encoding, and other artifacts that are produced in analogue and digital media. Shadow Knowledge presents four recent bodies of work by Menkman which explore oversaturation and its effects on perception. Working against tech standardization and the loss of agency that is forced on users, Menkman imagines a world without resolution, material or other constraints, where the possibilities of creation extend beyond knowledge and into the unseeable.
Lectures available on YouTube channel
Selected presentations from the Tuesday Night Lecture Series are available to view on the Thompson Gallery's new YouTube channel.
"Artist and MFA Candidate Don Hanson put his passion for net art into developing NEW ART CITY, a platform that has been used to stage virtual versions of canceled exhibitions and to experiment with the possibilities for digital shows."
Spring 2020 BFA Student Exhibitions and Culminating Class Exhibitions are presented in a virtual format. View work from all disciplines of study in the Department of Art & Art History.
A 2018 MacArthur Fellow, Titus Kaphar, ’01 BFA Art/Pictorial Arts, says he sees painting as a language that offers diverse perspectives on history, justice and change.
Shadow Knowledge Exhibition Extended through October 30, 2020
Shadow Knowledge features four bodies of work by new media artist Rosa Menkman. The exhibition has been extended through October 30, 2020, and will be open by appointment only during the fall semester.