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VISITING LECTURER SERIES

LOREM IPSUM WHATEVER

Jen Bervin

Jen Bervin is an artist and poet whose research-driven interdisciplinary works weave together art, writing, science and life in a complex yet elegant way. She has published ten books, including Silk Poems and  Gorgeous Nothings: Emily Dickinson’s Envelope Poems with Marta Werner. She is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including The Rauschenberg Residency (2016), Asian Cultural Council Fellowship (2016), and a Creative Capital Grant (2013). Her work has been covered in media outlets such as Huffington Post, NPR, The Nation, LA Times, Artforum, Frieze, Hyperallergic, The New Yorker, and The New York Times, and can be found in more than thirty international collections.

Jen is the RISD Provost's Fine Arts Fellow for the years 2018-2021. She is hosted by the Glass department during 2018-2019 and teaching the Graduate Glass Studio. To find out more about Jen's fellowship schedule, click here.

Allie Foradas

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Lily Cox-Richard

Lily Cox-Richard (b. 1979) belongs to a growing movement in contemporary American art that seeks a dialogue with our cultural and artistic past by reaching well beyond the by-now familiar confines of the modern era. Instead she and others explore the aesthetic sophistication and mixed social and moral messaging of the 19th century with admiration and pointed critique. Cox-Richard's recent series of compellingly beautiful and ghostly plasters, titled The Stand (Possessing Powers), doesn't merely reference the work of American Neo-Classical sculptor Hiram Powers (1805–1873). Rather she revisits and remakes his most celebrated figural pieces, including Eve Tempted, Greek Slave, The Last of the Tribes, with painstaking fidelity to the original but for one glaring omission—the figure itself.

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Sean Salstrom

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Kambui Olujimi

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