Artist Stephanie Dinkins, whose work is featured in Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art, will present an overview of her artistic practice as part of the University at Buffalo Department of Art Visiting Artist Speaker Series.
This event will be presented via Zoom. The link will be posted on the UB Department of Art website the day of the event.
About the Artist
Stephanie Dinkins’s (she/her/hers) art practice employs emerging technologies, documentary practices, and social collaboration to build equity and community sovereignty. She is particularly driven to work with communities of color to co-create more equitable social and technological ecosystems. Dinkins is a Kusama Professor of Art at Stony Brook University, where she founded the Future Histories Studio.
About the Exhibition
Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art brings together a diverse group of seventeen artists and collectives who creatively reimagine the digital tools that shape our lives. The exhibition includes projects that span the last three decades, ranging from software-based and internet art to animated videos, bioart experiments, digital games, and 3-D printed sculptures. Together, these works explore the aesthetic and social potential of emerging technologies.
About the Series
The University at Buffalo Department of Art regularly invites artists, critics, historians and designers to participate in the Department of Art Speaker Series, classroom lectures and critiques. The lecture series happens every fall semester and is free to the public. View Full Schedule