Visiting Artist Lecture: Lindsey White

Thursday, March 3, 2016, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Print of smoke in front of a person
Lindsey White works with photography, video and sculpture to model a type of sight-gag index, working with the language of magic and comedy to present the unexpected and impossible in everyday life. Free.
Fine Arts Building, Room 296
School of Art
School of Art
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White has exhibited at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, SFO Museum and Eli Ridgway in San Francisco; ACME in Los Angeles; Barengasse Museum in Zurich; Aurora Picture Show in Houston; Marylhurst Art Gym in Portland, Ore.; Bolinas Museum in Bolinas; and the Deadpan Exchange II Festival in Berlin. She was 2010 and 2013 artist in residence at Headlands Center for the Arts and 2009 Fellow at the Kala Institute of Art. White’s projects are in the public collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art Library in New York and Portland Art Museum in Oregon. She is also a co-founder of Will Brown, a para-curatorial/artist-run experiment interested in expanding the models and methods of exhibition making as a critical practice.


Image: Lindsey White’s The Disappearing Act. 2012. Gelatin silver.