Pratt Institute | 200 Willoughby Ave
Shamus Clisset (aka FakeShamus) is a New York based artist working with 3-D media, including modeling, rendering, and animation. His work is a mash-up of frontier imagery, objects, and environments culled from American suburbia, and his own personal history and obsessions—themes of violence, manifest destiny, and the contemporary wasteland are all refracted through the prism of digital culture. He has exhibited internationally and online. Recent work has been seen at Storefront Ten Eyck, On Stellar Rays, caesura.cc, Galerie Thomas Flor, 601 Artspace, Dis Magazine, and Postmasters. He is a 2014 NYFA fellow in digital art and has taught digital imaging at Sarah Lawrence College.
Fall 2015 lecture series, Wednesdays from 12:45 PM to 1:45 PM in Myrtle Hall, Lecture Room 4E-3, on Pratt's Brooklyn campus
This lecture series is free and open to the public; however, seating is limited.