Visiting Faculty

SCRAAATCH photograph by Elliot Jerome Brown Jr

SCRAAATCH .

College Fellows in Media Practice, 2020-2021

SCRAAATCH is the sound and performance art duo of E. Jane and chukwumaa (who also record music individually as MHYSA and lawd knows). They create multimedia performance works, experimental music, and hybrid DJ sets. ... Read more about SCRAAATCH .

Judith Belzer

Judith Belzer

Visiting Lecturer on Art, Film, and Visual Studies, Fall 2020
Judith Belzer is a painter based in Berkeley, California. Her work explores human engagement with the natural world, often looking to man-made landscapes in order to consider this dynamic and sometimes uncomfortable relationship.... Read more about Judith Belzer
MakedaBest

Makeda Best

Lecturer on Art, Film, and Visual Studies, Fall 2020

Makeda Best, PhD’10, is the Richard L. Menschel Curator of Photography at the Harvard Art Museums. Her current exhibitions are Crossing Lines, Constructing Home: Displacement and Belonging in Contemporary Art and Winslow Homer: Eyewitness. ... Read more about Makeda Best

Lex Brown

Lex Brown

College Fellow in Media Practice, 2020-2021
Lex Brown is an artist, musician, and writer. Working fluidly across art forms, her work uses poetry and science-fiction to create an index for our psychological and emotional experiences as organic beings in rapidly a technologized world. She has performed and exhibited work at the New Museum, the High Line, the International Center of... Read more about Lex Brown
Tomashi Jackson - Christopher Gregory, The New York Times

Tomashi Jackson

Visiting Lecturer on Art, Film, and Visual Studies, Spring 2021
Tomashi Jackson (b. 1980, Houston, Texas) grew up in Los Angeles, California. She was included in the Whitney Biennial 2019, and her first solo museum exhibition, "Interstate Love Song," took place at the Zuckerman Museum of Art in Kennesaw, Georgia in 2018.... Read more about Tomashi Jackson
Young Joo Lee

Young Joo Lee

Visiting Lecturer on Art, Film, and Visual Studies, 2020-21

Young Joo Lee is a multimedia artist from South Korea. Her work deals with personal narratives about her experiences of being an immigrant in Europe and the US, a woman, and a cultural nomad. In her recent moving image works, these personal narratives interweave... Read more about Young Joo Lee

Dennis Lim

Dennis Lim

Visiting Lecturer on Art, Film, and Visual Studies, 2020-2021
Dennis Lim is the Director of Programming of Film at Lincoln Center and the New York Film Festival. At Lincoln Center, he has also co-chaired the New Directors/New Films selection committee, co-founded the Art of the Real festival (which has traveled to Los Angeles, Seoul, and Buenos Aires), and... Read more about Dennis Lim
Verena Paravel

Verena Paravel

Visiting Professor on Art, Film, and Visual Studies, Fall 2020

Verena Paravel is an anthropologist and filmmaker. Her academic and artistic interests encompass the ecology of urbanism, the environment, and the poetics and politics of the body. Her works include 7 Queens (2008), Foreign Parts (2010), Canst Thou Draw Out Leviathan with a Hook? (2012—2016), ... Read more about Verena Paravel

Carissa Rodriguez - Sebastian Kim, Interview Magazine

Carissa Rodriguez

Visiting Lecturer on Art, Film, and Visual Studies, 2019-2020

Carissa Rodriguez lives and works in New York City and has exhibited internationally since the mid-1990s. Her work reflects on the material and social conditions through which art is produced, reproduced and received.... Read more about Carissa Rodriguez

Dominga Sotomayor

Dominga Sotomayor

Visiting Lecturer on Art, Film, and Visual Studies, 2020-21

Dominga Sotomayor is a film director, writer and producer born in Santiago de Chile in 1985. Her first feature film Thursday till Sunday (2012) was developed at the Cannes Cinéfondation Residence, which won the Tiger Award in the 41º Rotterdam Film Festival and has been gaining international recognition ever since.... Read more about Dominga Sotomayor

Adrian Williams

Adrian Williams

Visiting Lecturer on Art, Film, and Visual Studies, Spring 2021

Adrian Williams (b. 1979, Portland, Oregon) is a transdisciplinary artist and writer invested in various forms of language. Her practice involves voice, text, sound, video, photography, performance, and the immersive handling of space.... Read more about Adrian Williams