Artist Lecture Series 6 (Norihiko Seto)
The MFA Program in the Art Department is presenting an Artist Lecture Series. We are inviting six artists throughout the Spring 2021 Semester. This is the last one of the series. For the list of all the six talks, visit here (Artist Lecture Series).
Hosted by Tamara Scronce, Director of the School of the Arts
April 27, Tuesday, 6pm (PST)
Seto creates interactive sculptures. His works come with instructions to the audience, and they become involved with the network of people. He questions various issues by creating human relationships with the idea of exchanging and transferring objects. He is a survivor of the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami that occurred in Japan in 2011, and this disaster has had great influence on his artwork. Seto has been working in Japan after receiving his MFA from San Diego State University, CA. He has been actively exhibiting his artwork throughout Japan. In 2016, commissioned by the Miyagi Museum of Art, Seto created four projects “Art of Relationships, Exchanges, and Transferences.” He is a professor at Tohoku Seikarsu Bunka University, Japan.
Please click the links to register for this free talk. If you have any questions, please contact Miya Hannan at email@example.com.
This event has been made possible with the support of the Art Department Nieder Enduement, the School of the Arts Artist Lecture Funding, and the College of Liberal Arts Hilliard Enduement. Thank you.
Tuesday, April 27 at 6:00 pm to 7:00 pmVirtual Event