Jimin Lee & Paula Levine: BoundarySpan

Jimin Lee & Paula Levine: BoundarySpan

Date(s) - January 28, 2020
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Korean-born, California-based pictorial artist Jimin Lee focuses on themes of mobility, displacement, and labor on personal and social levels as seen in traffic, places of transport, or objects that move or are “in transit” — travel in both the daily and in the migratory sense. Canadian-American media artist Paula Levine weaves personal and political narratives and uses locative, mobile technologies and wireless networks to collapse distances and bridge the space between disparate locations –sites of political trauma or upheaval, and places untouched by these events. As a part of the BoundarySpan exhibition on display in the Natalie and James Thompson Art Gallery through February 21, these participating artists will discuss their work and how elements of their practices relate to the theme of the exhibition.

Image caption (above):
Jimin Lee, Yeoncheon 2
2018, Laser-Cut Woodblock and Inkjet Printing Triptych

Image caption (below):
Paula Levine, Shadows from Another Place
2004, Website and Interactive Installation

TUESDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES | An acclaimed weekly lecture series brings in artists, designers, and critical theorists from around the world, broadening the students’ experiential base and complementing local offerings. All lectures and exhibitions are open to the general public free of charge. Unless otherwise indicated, all presentations will be held in the Art Building, Room #133, from 5-6pm.

Art Building – Room 133
January 28, 2020
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm