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Virtual Artist Talk with Kenneth Tam of “Silent Spikes”

January 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Free
Overview

Join us on Thursday, January 13 from 7-8 PM Central Time for a virtual artist talk via Facebook Live (livestream link) with Kenneth Tam of Silent Spikes. This virtual talk is free and no registration is required.

Tam will discuss the historical context behind the video, some of the visual references he was making and borrowing from, and how the video fits with his larger body of work.

View the Facebook event page here.

ARTIST BIO
Kenneth Tam works in video, sculpture, installation and photography, and makes work about the performance of masculinity, physical intimacy and private ritual. Tam received his BFA from the Cooper Union. He has had solo exhibitions at the Minneapolis Institute of Art; MIT List Center for Visual Arts; the Visual Arts Center at UT Austin, Commonwealth and Council, LA; Night Gallery, LA; Queens Museum, NY and at the ICA LA. Tam has participated in group shows at the Hammer Museum, LA; SculptureCenter, Queens and at The Shed, NY. He has participated in residencies including Artist Lab at 18th Street Arts Center; LMCC Workspace; The Core Residency Program at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Pioneer Works; and at The Kitchen. Tam is a Lecturer at Princeton University, film/video faculty at Bard’s MFA program, and was a Visiting Lecturer at Harvard University this past fall. He was born in Queens, NY and currently lives there.

EXHIBITION
This virtual talk is associated with the exhibition Kenneth Tam: Silent Spikes.

Details

Date:
January 13
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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