Art Now! Speakers' Series Presents: Tom Sherman
Tom Sherman is an artist and writer. He works across media (mostly in video, radio, performance, print and the Web). From a phenomenological perspective, he is obsessed with description and writes all manner of texts. He represented Canada at the Venice Biennale in 1980, and over five decades his interdisciplinary work has been featured in hundreds of international exhibitions and festivals, including the Vancouver Art Gallery, National Gallery of Canada, Museum of Modern Art, and Ars Electronica. He has published extensively, including Before and After the I-Bomb, Banff Centre Press, 2002. He received the Bell Canada Award for excellence in video art in 2003, and Canada’s Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Art in 2010. Sherman is a Professor in the Department of Transmedia at Syracuse University. Presented in collaboration with LOMAA and Vibrafusion Lab.
March 10, 2016 > 7pm, in NCB 113
Tom Sherman's Video Screening at the Artlab Gallery
Friday March 11th, 7pm
This Artist talk is part of "Art Now!", a course offered by the Department of Visual Arts at Western University. The course focuses on current contemporary art production, both locally, nationally and internationally. All Artist Talks are FREE and OPEN to the Public! For more information or to enroll in the course, visit: www.uwo.ca/visarts