Thursday, February 28, 2019 /// 4:30 PM
Wexner Center for the Arts
Hear New York–based artist Zoe Leonard, the Wexner Center’s 2003–4 Artist Residency Award recipient in visual arts, discuss her expansive practice that brings together photography and sculpture to explore themes of loss, migration, gender, and sexuality in the urban landscape. With a distinctly personal eye, Leonard draws attention to the conditions of politics and of image-making and display, asking the viewer to both reconsider the act of looking and to question the meanings behind familiar images and objects.
Zoe Leonard's talk at the Wexner: https://wexarts.org/talks-more/zoe-leonard
Zoe Leonard's work: https://www.hauserwirth.com/artists/2847-zoe-leonard