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Mexico City plays an important role in the work of Melanie Smith. Her installations, videos, films, photographs, and paintings consider the density of population and structures, its production of detritus and its endless entropy and reconstruction. These concerns are balanced by Smith's interest in the legacies of modernism and post-avant-garde movements at they manifest themselves in Latin America.
Doors open at 5:30 pm.
Individual lecture tickets: Free for DAMC members and students with valid ID (must be presented the night of the lecture), $8 for DAM volunteers, $12 artists, $15 DAM members, $18 nonmembers
Series tickets (six lectures): $48 artists, $60 DAM members, $72 nonmembers
The 2017 Winter/Spring Logan Lecture Series: Activated Frontiers includes:
- John Jota Leaños - January 11
- Melanie Smith - January 25
- 100th Logan Lecture: Mark Bradford - date TBA
- Mi Tierra, Here & There – April 19
- Ana Teresa Fernández - May 3
- Intersection of Art/Design/Fashion - May 24
ACTIVATED FRONTIERS: Challenging the conventional boundaries of place, relationships, and history, these contemporary artists question the familiar and activate new frontiers through disruption and new structures.
This series is sponsored by Vicki and Kent Logan in affiliation with DAM Contemporaries, a DAM support group.
Image: Melanie Smith, Cats, 2016. Video still.