This week on the show we’re visiting with Lauren Cornell, chief curator at the Hessel Museum and director of the graduate program at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard college. As a curator at Bard, the New Museum, Rhizome and beyond, Lauren has had a life-long dedication to time-based media art; as well as a passion for growing, shaping, and building arts institutions. Tune in to hear Lauren’s story, and the incredible exhibitions she has in store at Bard this summer.
Links from the conversation with Lauren
> Dara Birnbaum: Reaction https://ccs.bard.edu/museum/exhibitions/695-dara-birnbaum-reaction
> Martine Syms: Grio College https://ccs.bard.edu/museum/exhibitions/696-martine-syms-grio-college
> Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the Twenty-First Century https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/mass-effect
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