IN PLAIN SIGHT

Please join us for the first Core Program Event of 2020-2021 (formerly the CSP Lecture Series)


Aug31
12:15 pm - 1:00 pm
2020-08-31 12:15:00 2020-08-31 13:00:00 IN PLAIN SIGHT
The annual Core Program focus for the 2020-2021 academic year is "The Struggle For/The Struggle Against." Join us on Monday, August 31st at 12:15pm PST for IN PLAIN SIGHT with guests Rafa Esparza and Cassils.
 
Rafa Esparza (@elrafaesparza) is an artist who lives in Los Angeles. His work often takes the form of physically exhaustive performances and installations constructed out of adobe bricks. esparza also frequently works with collaborators, including members of his family. Esparza has exhibited in several public parks, nightclubs, sidewalks, galleries, and museums in Los Angeles and internationally. Cassils (@cassilsartist) is a transgender artist who makes their own body the material and protagonist of their performances. Cassils's art contemplates the history(s) of LGBTQI+ violence, representation, struggle and survival. For Cassils, performance is a form of social sculpture: Drawing from the idea that bodies are formed in relation to forces of power and social expectations, Cassils
work investigates historical contexts to examine the present moment.
For Registration and login information visit: Core Program Events
 
 
America/Los_Angeles public
Event Date: Monday, August 31, 2020
The annual Core Program focus for the 2020-2021 academic year is "The Struggle For/The Struggle Against." Join us on Monday, August 31st at 12:15pm PST for IN PLAIN SIGHT with guests Rafa Esparza and Cassils.
 
Rafa Esparza (@elrafaesparza) is an artist who lives in Los Angeles. His work often takes the form of physically exhaustive performances and installations constructed out of adobe bricks. esparza also frequently works with collaborators, including members of his family. Esparza has exhibited in several public parks, nightclubs, sidewalks, galleries, and museums in Los Angeles and internationally. Cassils (@cassilsartist) is a transgender artist who makes their own body the material and protagonist of their performances. Cassils's art contemplates the history(s) of LGBTQI+ violence, representation, struggle and survival. For Cassils, performance is a form of social sculpture: Drawing from the idea that bodies are formed in relation to forces of power and social expectations, Cassils
work investigates historical contexts to examine the present moment.
For Registration and login information visit: Core Program Events
 
 
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