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“ReVeil” is a virtual immersive club experience that utilizes props, lighting, projection, sound artistry, and the Africanist movement aesthetic to explore and reveal how the body serves as a vessel that experiences two worlds that…
A celebration of dance faculty member Julia Ritter’s book Tandem Dances: Choreographing Immersive Performance, with panel discussion. Published in October 2020 with Oxford University Press, Tandem Dances is a book-length study of the role of dance in…
This lecture is presented as part of the fall 2021 Visiting Artist Lecture Series, free and open to all. Registration is required.
Dora Budor (b. 1984, Croatia) is a New York based artist and writer. Her main medium is the exhibition, wherein the characteristics of the given context are amplified, dislodged, or re-circuited. Through this set of actions, an interdependency of meaning between the work and its host is constructed. Image as a conduit of memory and meaning is produced through the cinematic as it has come to be known not technically, but phenomenologically.
Her recent and forthcoming solo exhibitions include Kunsthaus Bregenz (2022), GAMeC Bergamo (2022), Progetto (2021), Kunsthalle Basel (2019), 80WSE (2018), and Swiss Institute (2015). Her work has been presented in group exhibitions including Whitney Museum of American Art, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Museum Fridericianum, Palais de Tokyo, Migros Museum, Schinkel Pavillon, Swiss Institute, Kunsthalle Biel, Kunstmuseum Winterthur, La Panacee Montpellier, Halle für Kunst und Medien Graz, Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, MOCA Belgrade, K11 Art Museum and others. She participated in the 9th Berlin Biennial, Vienna Biennale, Art Encounters 2017, 13th Baltic Triennial, 16th Istanbul Biennial, 2nd Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Geneva Sculpture Biennale 2020 and 58th October Salon | Belgrade Biennale 2021.
This much anticipated thesis exhibition–deferred due to COVID-19 closures–marks the culmination of graduate study via ambitious bodies of their work across the disciplines. Self-curated thesis exhibitions that reflect the breadth of students’ practice featuring a variety of media in 2D, 3D, and 4D.