UC Davis Department of Art and Art History, Art Studio Program is pleased to announce the first artist of our Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Clarissa Tossin.
“Influenced by her childhood in Brazil’s capital, Brasília, which was built as a modernist utopia, Clarissa Tossin centers her practice on investigating the promises, legacies, and failures of modernity, globalism, and utopian idealism. Much of her work deals with cultural and economic exchanges between the United States—an established world power—and Brazil—which is poised to become one of the next international economic leaders. Through videos, sculptures, photographs, and ephemera, Tossin compares and contrasts shared architectural and urban ideals of the modern era while recalling the utopic and dystopic roles both these cities hold in the global imagination.” UCLA Hammer Museum
October 22, 2015 in the Art Annex, Room 107 at 4:30 pm
Free and open to the public
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