The Art Practice Talk Series features faculty from the Department of Art & Art History who talk about their own studio and artistic practice. The 2017 - 2018 speakers include Josephine Taylor (November 9, 2017), Jonathan Calm (March 8, 2018) and Terry Berlier (April 5, 2018).
Terry Berlier is an interdisciplinary artist who investigates the evolution of human interaction with the natural world, queerness, and ecologies. Interweaving movement, sound, and interaction as a metaphor for both harmonious and dissonant interactions, Berlier acts as an archaeologist excavating material objects to challenge our understanding of progress and reveal how history is constructed within a cultural landscape.
The title of Terry Berlier's Art Practice Talk is: Cruising Desire Lines.
Registration is not required. This program is free and open to the public.