SPWS Guest Lecture 4/4/09: Jane D. Marsching

The final SPWS event at the Queens Museum!
In conjunction with the Queens International 4 at the Queens Museum of Art

SP Weather Station Guest Lecture series presents:

Jane D.  Marsching
Digital media artist speaking about her current project, “Arctic Listening Post,” and related work

Saturday, April 4th 2pm*
(open to the public / museum admission is $5 suggested donation)

Queens Museum of Art
Flushing Meadows Corona Park
for details/directions: www.queensmuseum.org/information/

*Followed from 3-6pm by 2 Queens International events related to The Undiscovered Atoll of Flushtopia by the The Anti-Fascist Culture Club and Tim Thyzel/ more info: http://antifascistcultureclub.org
(starting at the Flushing Meadows Corona Park Boathouse via free trolley ride from the Queens Museum)

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About Jane D. Marsching:

Jane D. Marsching’s current project, Arctic Listening Post, explores our past, present and future human impact on the Arctic environment through interdisciplinary and collaborative practices, including video installations, virtual landscapes, dynamic websites, and data visualizations.

Recent exhibitions include: the ICA Boston; MassMoCA; North Carolina Museum of Art; San Jose Museum of Art, CA; Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA; and Sonoma Museum of Art, CA. She has received grants from Creative Capital, LEF Foundation, Artadia and Artists Resource Trust.

She is a cofounder and member of Platform2: Art and Activism, an experimental forum series about creative practices at the intersection of social issues. She is currently Assistant Professor at Massachusetts College of Art in Studio Foundation. She received her MFA in photography from The School of Visual Arts, New York City, in 1995.  www.janemarsching.com

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This is the final event in a series of lectures organized by SP Weather Station in conjunction with its participation in the Queens International 4.  The SPWS installation at QMA features contributions from: Leah Beeferman, Natalie Campbell, Susan Goethel Campbell, Carrie Dashow, Mike Estabrook, Neil Freeman, Richard Garrison, Michael Geminder, Isaac Gertman, Kenneth Goldsmith, Vandana Jain, Katarina Jerinic, Daniel Larson, Bridget Lewis, Jane Marsching, Nathalie Miebach, Lize Mogel, Heidi Neilson, Chris Petrone, Sarah Nicole Phillips, Andrea Polli, Chuck Varga, Jing Yu, Liz Zanis; lectures have featured Isaac Gertman, Kenneth Goldsmith, and Nathalie Miebach.

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