McKenzie Wark “Trans Aesthetics: On Juliana Huxtable” Presented as part of The Art and Media Project

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 - 4:00pm
The Loria Center
190 York Street, Room 351
06511 New Haven

McKenzie Wark is the author of Capital is Dead (Verso 2019) and Reverse Cowgirl (Semiotexte 2020) among other books. She is professor of culture and media at The New School for Social Research.

The Art and Media Project (AMP) is a multi-year series of lectures and publications sponsored by the Department of the History of Art at Yale University. AMP is a platform for artists, scholars, curators and critics to reflect upon the most pressing questions informing the relationship between art, media and technology today. Each year of the program will be devoted to a single theme, explored from diverse perspectives and approaches, followed by a publication showcasing the results of our collective findings.

The theme for this year is “Images: Technical or Otherwise,” a nod to Villém Flusser’s landmark treatise, Into the Universe of Technical Images, which offers one point of departure for this year’s investigations.