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Scholars@Hallwalls: Maximilian Goldfarb, “Remote Viewing”

March 31 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Please join us in the cinema space at Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center!

Goldfarb will present his project ‘Remote Viewing’. Beginning as a publication of observational writing, this object-based inquiry is derived from the margins of found photographic source material; documents of tools, equipment, and devices that mediate our interactions with our environments. As a sculptural project, Remote Viewing explores the relationship and scale of object to model; authentic form to replicated double; source to transmission.

This event will be simultaneously live-streamed. Click here to watch the live-stream via the Hallwalls website. The talk will begin at ~4:15pm.

 

About Maximilian Goldfarb, Assistant Professor, Department of Art

Maximilian Goldfarb has completed object, text and media artworks with support from the Harpo Foundation, the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, and The Kaplan Institute for the Humanities. He has participated in numerous exhibitions in venues including Sculpture Center, NY, Stadsgalerij, NL, and Western Front, BC. He is an author of Architectural Inventions (Laurence King Publishing, UK), Handbook for Human Machines (Pilot Editions), and Remote Viewing: 500 Tableaux (Publication Studio). A 2022 book on Goldfarb’s recent collaborative work with the group, ‘Wolf Tones’ was published by Soberscove Press.

Details

Date:
March 31
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Event Category:

Organizer

Humanities Institute

Venue

Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center
341 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY United States
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