The 2014-2015 Visual Arts Board is delighted to announce this year’s visiting artist, Natalie Jeremijenko. Drawing from her extensive background in biochemistry, engineering, and environmental science, her work explores the ways in which humans can positively change our relationships to our environments. From large-scale installations to participatory practices, Jeremijenko’s interdisciplinary work engages viewers and inspires them to make social change.
Programming of the residency will communicate the overarching, fundamental concept of creating change through art, and the agency each of us has at our disposal to do so. In so doing, Jeremijenko will reflect on campus values, neighborhood improvements, and the role of visual arts in spurring these changes.
Jeremijenko will be on Grounds for two mini residencies this spring, February 6-7 and March 26-27. Explore our website menu, “Residency Events,” for more information on the events we will present.