MA Arts Politics Class of 2016
BFA Illustration, Parsons the New School for Design
It is namely art that has been the pursuit of my scholarship, but science, medicine, and technology have always informed my practice. I am invested in science fiction as both an osmotic space between science and the imaginative act, and a potential tool for decolonizing knowledge. Much of my current endeavors are in and around the lack of legibility specifically in the field of biology, with attention to bioethics and science philosophy/history. I currently work as an artist with the educational organization iBiology on experimental life science textbooks.
How do you describe or identify your practice/ work?
painter/illustrator/science philosophy/science education
How did your experience in the program shape your work? Is there a particular moment or project that you can remember as having an impact? Please describe.
I was able to de-differentiate knowledges, experiences, opinions, endeavors, and identities and blend them.
What are some of the challenges and/or rewards of this program?
Time is always challenging.