Parsons Student Kevin Quiles Bonilla Contributes to “the Social Significance of Art” Conference

Centro #1 (from the iPhone), 2015 by Kevin Quiles Bonilla

Parsons MFA student Kevin Quiles Bonilla recently contributed to the New School’s conference “The Social Significance of Art: A Multidisciplinary Postgraduate Conference” on April 1st at the New School for Social Research.

The conference explored the potential of art and aesthetics to impact how humans perceive, relate, and act. Bringing together students from all divisions of The New School whose work revolves around art and human sociality. This includes art students who reflect on social aspects of art as well as students from the social sciences and humanities whose work centers around forms of art and aesthetics. Contributors discussed their individual works in progress across disciplinary divides. This conference was organized by the student-led NSSR initiative The Social Significance of Art.