March 4, 2017
On Tuesday, March 14, join us for a book panel and discussion with interdisciplinary artist and author Katherine Behar, Stamps Professor Irina Aristarkhova, alumni Emily Dibble (BFA 2016) and Kit Parks (BFA 2015), and student Riley Hanson (BFA 2017).
Is painting an object that can be objectified? Should objects give “consent”? This panel discusses these questions within the context of Object Oriented Feminism (Minnesota University Press, 2016), a new book edited by guest speaker Katherine Behar and including a chapter by Stamps Professor Irina Aristarkhova, and artwork made by Stamps students (Hanson, Parks, Williams, Dibble).
Book Panel: Feminist Object / Object Oriented Feminism
Tuesday, March 14 from 5-8pm
Room 2417, Art & Architecture Building
2000 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor