February 12, 2020
Rachel E. Clarke, Cal State University, Sacramento and Tom Burtonwood, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
This roundtable will explore the physical-virtual shift from 3D printing practices to Virtual Reality (VR) and Extended Reality (XR) experiences in new media. What VR/XR practices are extant, and what new practices are emerging? A discussion will follow ten lightning talks. Organized by Rachel Clarke and Tom Burtonwood.
Free and open to the public. No CAA Registration required.
Nadav Assor, Nick Bontrager, Jon Chambers, Meredith Drum, Richard Haley, Mona Kasra, Brenda Lopez, Kristin McWharter, Agatha Park, Kate Parsons, and Chelsea Thompo
February 15, 2020
ON THE SACRED, THE LOST, AND THE FORGOTTEN RELICS OF LIVE ART.
Kristin McWharter presents the performance work SOLO with DFBRL8R Gallery as part of What Remains. McWharter deconstructs the aesthetics and hype rhetoric of sports narrative through movement, media, and chance encounter.
more info: https://dfbrl8r.org/event/what-remains