SVA Art in the First Person Series: The Vanishing Points of Treece on Monday, February 15 @ 6:30pm

I'm so delighted to be part of SVA's Art in the First Person series and have the opportunity to discuss my new book, Vanishing Points: Articulations of Death, Fragmentation, and the Unexperienced Experience of Created Objects, with photographer Dina Kantor. Her Treece series is a significant part of my discussion on photography in Chapter 6. 

Monday, February 15, 2016 @ 6:30 pm | 133 West 21st Street, Room 101C

Left: VANISHING POINTS by Natasha Chuk (Intellect, Ltd., 2015); Right: Dina Kantor,   Treece Water Tower 2012

Left: VANISHING POINTS by Natasha Chuk (Intellect, Ltd., 2015); Right: Dina Kantor, Treece Water Tower 2012

Rendering (the) Visible II: Figure Conference | Feb. 6-8, 2014

This weekend I'm headed to the Rendering the Visible II: Figure Conference, organized by Moving Image Studies at Georgia State University in Atlanta, where I'm presenting a paper called The Color of Absence in a panel called Phantoms. This paper is derived from my research for Vanishing Points, and focuses on two brilliant filmic works of invisibility: Guy Debord's Hurlements en faveur de Sade and Nam June Paik's Zen for Film.