In conjunction with the exhibition Spectrum: 2010 Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition, the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture presents a lecture by Vin Grabill, associate professor and chair of the Department of Visual Arts, Wednesday, November 3.
Vin Grabill is a video artist whose single-channel video and installation work utilizing video have been exhibited nationally and internationally. In addition to individual projects, Grabill collaborates regularly with performing artists, choreographers and poets in an attempt to find new solutions for the presentation of live arts utilizing live and recorded aspects of the video medium. Grabill won a Golden Eagle CINE Award in 1998 for “Poetry Moves” made in collaboration with Washington, D.C. performance artist Mary-Averett Seelye. In addition, his ongoing association with the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at M.I.T. has resulted in several exhibitions of collaborative media projects in New York, NY; Paris, France; Karlsruhe, Germany; and Linz, Austria.
The lecture starts at noon at the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture. Admission is free. For additional information, visit www.umbc.edu/arts or call ext. 5-3188.