I’m offering a free public zoom lecture, HOW TO WATCH A SOLAR ECLIPSE, to cultural institutions, colleges and universities, and public classrooms from Jan 7th – April 5th 2024. The artist lecture will touch on vision and visibility, history and science, poetics and political bodies, intergenerational intimacy and access. HOW TO WATCH A SOLAR ECLIPSE will particularly speak to artists and art students, interdisciplinary thinkers, and dreamers as well–everyone is invited.
My research on solar eclipses started by accident, on the campus of the University of South Florida, August 21, 2017 and led to a small object-archive installation at the Orlando Museum of Art in 2018 (see here). In anticipation of the April 8, 2024 solar eclipse, I’m seeking a more deeply radiant form of research and exchange with the public.
I’m an Artist and at the University of South Florida who for 20 years has been making work about vision and visibility. For a full bio click HERE.
Together in awe,
Associate Professor of Art and Art History
University of South Florida