Hoelscher to Present Paper at College Art Association Conference
Center for Art & Theatre Gallery Director Jason Hoelscher is presenting a paper at the upcoming CAA (College Art Association) conference in Washington DC. Titled “Direct Experience, Once Removed: Unconcealing the Environmental Interface,” Hoelscher’s paper is part of the panel Algorithmic Pollution: Artists Working With Data, Surveillance, and Landscape. The panel, which has been designated a CAA Session Pick, will be Saturday, February 6 from9:30 a.m. – noon. Hoelscher also has a recent publication in the current issue of ArtPulse Magazine, vol. 7, no. 24, titled “The Material-Specific Paintings of Nathan Miner and Franklin Evans,” about trends in embodied perception and materiality in contemporary painting.
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