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Visiting Artist Lecture: Park McArthur
PARA-SITES, 2018 Park McArthur with Paula Stuttman
3 + I AP and online at https://www.moma.org/audio/playlist/55#tour-stop-807
courtesy the artist and Maxwell Graham / Essex Street
This virtual lecture is presented as part of the spring 2022 Visiting Artist Lecture Series, free and open to all. Registration is required.
ASL and CART captioning will be provided.
Under the guidance and instruction of disability McArthur experiments with personal and social meanings of debility, delay and dependency by making artwork across different media and formats. With Constantina Zavitsanos, McArthur has published texts and exhibited collaborative work. In 2016 McArthur co-organized with Jennifer Burris a survey of Beverly Buchanan’s artistic practice that traveled from The Brooklyn Museum to The Spelman College Museum of Fine Art. McArthur has presented exhibitions at Kunsthalle Bern, MoMA, SFMOMA, and Chisenhale Gallery and in 2019 joined The Department of Art & Design at Rutgers University as Tepper Family Endowed Chair.