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Visiting Artist Lecture: Constantina Zavitsanos

| Wed, November 30, 2022 | 7 PM | Virtual Events

Image courtesy of the artist

This virtual lecture is presented as part of the Fall 2022 Visiting Artist Lecture Series and is free and open to all. Registration is required for virtual lectures, and captioning provided.  ASL/CART available on request. Please contact Cassandra at at least one week prior to event.

Constantina Zavitsanos works in sculpture, performance, text, and sound to elaborate debt, dependency, and means beyond measure. Zavitsanos has exhibited at the New Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Artists Space, The Kitchen, and Participant Inc (New York), at Arika (Glasgow), and HKW (Berlin). With Park McArthur, they wrote “Other Forms of Conviviality” in Women & Performance (Routledge), and “The Guild of the Brave Poor Things” in Trap Door: Trans Cultural Production and the Politics of Visibility (MIT Press). Zavitsanos is a Foundation for Contemporary Art’s Roy Lichtenstein Awardee (2021) and a 2022 Keith Haring Fellow in Art & Activism at CCS/Bard College. They live in New York and teach at the New School.