Dr. Jeffrey Grove, the DMA’s Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, discusses the work of artist Mark Manders, who creates mysterious and uncanny sculptural tableaux, inviting the viewer to “enter the world of objects and matter and find poetry in it . . . and to know how poorly we normally see our daily life.” The lecture is presented in conjunction with the exhibition, Mark Manders: Parallel Occurrences/Documented Assignments.
Jeffrey Grove, the DMA’s Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, joins artists Matt Connors and Fergus Feehily for a discussion of their work on display in solo installations as part of the Museum’s Concentrations series.
Suzanne Weaver, the Tim and Nancy Hanley Curator of Contemporary Art, DMA, leads a conversation with artist Mark Handforth. This event was held in the Museum Sculpture Garden and celebrates the commissioning and installation of Handforth’s sculpture Dallas Snake as part of the Concentrations exhibition series (Concentrations 51: Mark Handforth [Sculpture Garden], March 23 –September 23, 2007).
The topic of this talk by artist Bill Viola is "Technology and Revelation." Lecture was part of the Icons of the Collection series held in conjunction with the DMA's centennial exhibition, Passion for Art: 100 Treasures 100 Years.
Anri Sala discusses his films including Nocturnes and Intervista (in the DMA Collection), both exhibited in Concentrations 41: Anri Sala, January 27-May 20, 2002. Born in Albania, Sala creates “richly layered videos, films, and photographs that explore memory, history, and identity within the continuous interplay of the personal and the public.”
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