Pratt Institute | 200 Willoughby Avenue
Location: Myrtle Hall, 4F Lecture Room, Fourth Floor, Brooklyn Campus
Artist Daria Dorosh will show her work and hold a discussion on the convergence of analog/digital/time based art. Some of the issues that will be addressed are: What do artists want? Where does art belong? Do we need a new economic model for art? What does fashion have to do with it?
Daria Dorosh is a co-founder of A.I.R. Gallery, a not-for-profit arts organization directed and underwritten by women artists since 1972. Her PhD research with SMARTlab, UK identifies systemic patterns that appear across art, fashion, and technology. She was a panelist & organizer of While You Were Texting, an art exhibition and roundtable discussion on Earth and Labor at El Barrio Artspace PS109 and The Future is History: feminist legacies in contemporary art, Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum, NY. In her current body of work, she designates the body as a site for public art.