In The Press: Julieta Aranda, First Artist in New Guggenheim Series

April 29, 2009
  • Alumnus Julieta Aranda (BFA 2000 Film and Video) is the first artist to be featured in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum‘s new contemporary art series, Intervals, which presents solo exhibitions by emerging artists. In this exhibition, Aranda exposes the subjective experience of time, with pieces such as an oversized clock divided into 10 hours. Click here to read Flavorwire‘s interview with Aranda about the show and her time at SVA .
  • Artist and alumnus Alexis Rockman (BFA 1985 Fine Arts) was just featured in Boise Weekly. Rockman, known for his paintings depicting the precarious relationship between culture and natural history, gives a lecture at Boise State College on Thursday, April 30. The college is organizing an outreach program around the event, asking local junior and high school art students to submit works for a competition “imagining the future of nature and the earth’s ecology.”
  • Canada’s National Post recently interviewed alumnus Jen Miller (BFA 1994 Fine Arts), better known as performance artist and writer Reverend Jen. The article delves into Miller’s past work, life on the Lower East Side and her new book Live Nude Elf (Soft Skull, 2009).
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