Join the NYUAD Art Gallery on Sunday, November 3rd at 5:30pm in the Project Space for the opening reception for Moments in Their Time...
This exhibition captures a moment in time — professional time, academic time — for these 11 Arts faculty at NYUAD. It offers a small glimpse into concepts, methods, and styles our faculty artists continue to explore in larger scale projects, locally and internationally. Here, they exhibit in the same building where they conduct their practice and teaching. The first faculty exhibition, Arts Faculty: The Exhibition took place in 2015 and included 17 artists, many of whom return in this year’s exhibition. The returning viewer can see how their work has changed over time, as well as discover the work of new members of the faculty. The mediums include photography, film, sculpture, installation, digital art, painting, and print.
The exhibition is curated by Associate Professor of Drama, Social and Cultural Analysis and Program Head of the Film and New Media Department, Awam Amkpa, with NYUAD Art Gallery Curatorial Fellow Tala Nassar.
Image credit: Sandra Peters, Present, Presentation, a Presentation, 2019. Video still
Tarek Al-Ghoussein, Arts Professor, Visual Arts;
Jonny Farrow, Assistant Arts Professor, Visual Arts and Interactive Media; Jill Magi, Associate Arts Professor, Visual Arts and Literature/Creative Writing; Surabhi Sharma, Assistant Professor of Practice;
David Darts, Associate Dean of Arts; Program Head, Art and Art History; Associate Professor; Wendy Bednarz, Assistant Arts Professor, Arts and New Media; Scandar Copti, Assistant Arts Professor, Film and New Media;
Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Visiting Assistant Professor, Interactive Media; Aaron Sherwood, Program Head, Interactive Media; Assistant Arts Professor, Interactive Media; Sandra Peters, Assistant Arts Professor, Arts Practice;
Laura Schneider, Lecturer, Visual Arts
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