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Intersections: Oscar Muñoz

Intersections: Oscar Muñoz

6:00PM-7:30PM
Description

Oscar Muñoz in conversation with Natalia Brizuela, Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese and Film and Media, University of California, Berkeley, and Elena Shtromberg, Associate Professor in the Department of Art & Art History at the University of Utah.

Oscar Muñoz is a visual artist born in 1951 in Popayán, Colombia. He is known as one of the most significant contemporary visual artists in his country, and his work has also gained international recognition. Most of his art is concerned with the idea of representation, and his choice of art medium moves freely between photography (photorealism), printmaking, graphite drawing, installation art, audiovisual media, and sculpture. He also explores how images relate to memory, loss, and the precarious nature of human life.

IMAGE: Oscar Muñoz (Colombia, b. 1951), Línea del destino, 2006. Video without sound. Courtesy of the artist and Sicardi Gallery, © Oscar Muñoz

Where
Cantor Arts Center, Auditorium
Admission

The event is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is not required. Doors open at 5:30pm. 

Audience
General Public
Faculty/Staff
Students
Alumni/Friends
Members
Contact
650-736-9371
mazout@stanford.edu