NOVEMBER 7, 2016 8-9PM
Socratic method in Platonic form. Slam, associations, equations, breaks, jumps. Artists moderate their choice of curators and theorists from the perspective of their microscopic takes on art history. Small round table with 4 seats, 2 to be filled by visitors. The session will be documented and archived online. Limited capacity please rsvp at firstname.lastname@example.org with dates as subject line.
RYAN FRANK, photographer - in conversation with - ÁNGEL FRANCO, photojournalist, The New York Times
“The Present Image” Artist Ryan Frank will be joined by award-winning photographer Ángel Franco to discuss their use of the camera as a tool of documentation, social and political commentary, mobility and human connection. How do photos reflect, challenge and expand the times in which we live? What makes someone a photographer in a society where everyone has access to a camera? Ryan Frank is an artist and curator based in Brooklyn, a native of California and a graduate of NYU. Frank’s work is a blend of photography and sculpture through a variety of forms including light boxes, installation and performance.