P2P Project Feedback Session
Hosted by Casey Tang
05.07.2019 7pm - 9pm
July 5th 2019, 7pm, SomoS host a new edition of our regular Peer to Peer Feedback Sessions, this time moderated by SomoS Artist-in-Residence Casey Tang.
This session is open to artists, curators and creatives of any background who would like to receive feedback on their work.
At each session, artists and curators comment on each other’s work in an outspoken and constructive manner, with the presence of a moderator. The purpose of the session is to create a casual but focused atmosphere, in which creators get the opportunity to share their own work-in-progress and challenges, and at the same time to critique their peers.
Casey Tang will use a moderating technique called Critical Response Process, designed especially for feedback on artworks-in-progress.
The session is free of charge. Capacity is limited to 8-10 people per session so registration in advance is required.
Please confirm your participation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will send you a confirmation back.
Please also bring documentation of your work in any shape or format. There will be a video projector available. Physical work is welcome as well.
About the Host Casey Tang:
Casey Tang (US) is a student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), pursuing a Masters of Science in Art, Culture, and Technology. He is currently completing a two-month artist residency at SomoS, funded by MIT-MISTI (MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives).
Influenced by critical theory, Tang’s research interests consider linguistic devices, narrative strategies and performativity, applying these to diverse artistic mediums such as the planting of a self-sustaining food forest garden in Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, to working with scientists to produce a scroll that has ‘mapped’ the sounds of the universe.
Tang is a recipient of the 2018 Center for Contemporary Art Kitakyushu Fellowship (selected by Rirkrit Tiravanija), and in 2015 received the Queens Museum/Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artist. His work is in various collections including Stanford University, the Inelcom Foundation, and He Xiangning Museum.
Casey Tang homepage
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