Saturday, March 28, 4 p.m. in the Farnsworth auditorium
In this conversation we invite our three artists to discuss how their chosen media influences the purpose and meaning of their work and the role the viewer plays in its realization.
Ariel Hall is a performance and installation artist working across media and genres to explore notions of selfhood, place, and corporeal epistemologies. Ariel holds a master’s degree in Performance Studies from NYU. She has exhibited and performed at MoMA, Panoply Performance Laboratory, Thing-Spaces, and various public spaces in New York, Sao Paulo and beyond. She also writes and styles events and interiors. Ariel splits her time between her native Maine and New York City, satisfying the pull to both rural and urban extremes.