Art, Hoax, and Provocation Artist Talks: Lenore Malen with Antoinette LaFarge

Art, Hoax, and Provocation Artist Talks

March 2: Lenore Malen with Antoinette LaFarge

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Live at 5pm Pacific Time, Wednesday March 2.
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Lenore Malen is an interdisciplinary artist and professor in the Art/Media/Technology Program at Parsons/The New School, based in New York. She is perhaps best known for her dystopian works exploring virtuality and the post-human as well as her creation of The New Society for Universal Harmony, a fictionalized utopian society supported by a written manifesto, pseudo-documentary photos, and other archival documents, displayed at various international exhibitions. A recipient of a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, Malen is also an art critic and the former executive editor of the College Art Association’s quarterly publication Art Journal.

Banner image: I Am The Animal, 2009.
Images: Reversal, 2017 (top). I Don’t Have Proof, 2003 (bottom).

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