Artist Talk: Maria Whiteman

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Artist Talk: Maria Whiteman
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Join us for an evening with artist Maria Whiteman as she discusses her new Museum of Walking exhibition "Temporal Changes in the Landscape."

"Temporal Changes in the Landscape" is an exhibition inspired by the great Rockies from Banff to Colorado. The astronaut travels the planet observing the environment and ecologies from the future to the present without belonging to a place or time as we know it - but moves in a suspended temporality.

We will walk together to the Museum of Walking for the opening of the exhibition after the talk.

This event is free and open to the public.

About Maria Whiteman:
Maria Whiteman co-directed the 2012 (BRIC) Banff Research in Culture/ Documenta 13 research residency and participated in the Geoffrey Farmer Residency at the Banff Centre in 2012. Whiteman's “Mountain Pine Beetle and Roadside Kestrel” most recent video/photography work premiered at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival and Rice Media Centre, Houston, TX, Nov, 2014. She has recently been selected as a recipient of the Visiting Scholar Lynette S. Autrey Fellowship 2015-2016 at Rice University. February of 2016, Videos and Photographs of "Polar Bear," Video "IntheAir" and Video "Pine Beetle," Butler College Studio 34, Curated by Eben Kirksey, Princeton University, NJ. and "Visitor" Brooklyn Gallery, NY, (March-April 2016). March of 2016, "I loved you right up to the end" and "Touching" will be exhibited in the Urban Video Project “Between Species,” Curated by Anneka Herre at Syracuse University, New York.

This project is sponsored, in part, by ASU Art Museum and a Seed Grant from the ASU Institute for Humanities Research.
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By: ASU Art Museum