Lisa Vinebaum is an artist, critical writer, and educator. Working across practice and theory, her work explores collectivity and intersubjective relationships, working conditions and workers’ rights, and the value of artistic labor. Her art work has been exhibited, performed, and screened across the USA and internationally, including at Weinberg/Newton Gallery, Grace Exhibition and Performance Space, the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art, Rapid Pulse International Performance Art Festival, Performance Studies International 19, Open Engagement: Art & Social Practice, Nuit Blanche, the Centre Pompidou, the UCLA Hammer Museum, Lincoln Center, and the European Media Art Festival. Her scholarly writings have been published in edited anthologies, academic journals, and exhibition catalogues published by Routledge, Bloomsbury Academic, Black Dog Books, and YYZ Press, and presented at academic conferences internationally. Lisa Vinebaum is an Assistant Professor in the department of Fiber and Material Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and affiliated faculty in the department of Art History, Criticism and Theory. She is Associate Editor of Textile: Cloth and Culture. Lisa Vinebaum holds an MA and a PhD from Goldsmiths, University of London.
Friday, December 2, 2016
5:00 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.-