In celebration of her dual exhibitions at Urban Video Project and the Everson Museum of Art, Saya Woolfalk will give an artist talk in the Everson’s Hosmer Auditorium discussing her rich interdisciplinary practice.
Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Saya Woolfalk has spent a decade creating a fictional utopian universe that blends science fiction, fantasy and cultural anthropology to create a mythos that imagines the culture of tech savvy plant-human hybrids. UVP and the Everson present the latest chapter in Woolfalk’s ongoing narrative, including new video and fabric-based prints made while in residency at Light Work and UVP in 2015, as well as earlier video and sculptural works that provide an overview of the story to date.
This event is FREE & OPEN to the public. Reception follows.
Woolfalk’s talk is co-sponsored by Syracuse University Humanities Center as part of the official program for Syracuse Symposium 2015-16: Networks and by the Syracuse University College of Visual and Performing Arts Department of Art Visiting Artist Lecture Series.