Visual Arts Department Visiting Artist Lecture Series Presents:
Tuesday, May 17th, 2011 :: 6:30 PM
UC San Diego, Peterson Hall, Marshall College
Free & Open to the Public
Since the mid-1980′s Gregory Green has created artworks addressing the evolution of various strategies for empowerment, which consider the use of violence, alternatives to violence and the accessibility to information and technology as vehicles for social or political change. Green is perhaps best known for his sculptures that are mechanically complete and potentially functional terrorist bombs and missiles, or that provide the information to make large quantities of LSD, and the controversies that surrounded their exhibition. (Bio from KINZ + TILLOU FINE ART)
For more information, please visit the V/A/L/S website at: http://lectures.visarts.ucsd.edu/VALS_SP2011/index.html
or contact V/A/L/S Coordinator Jessica Sledge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo courtesy of Artist. Gregory Green Suitcase Bomb # 27 (Chicago) 1995 Mixed media 43 x 48 x 51.5 cm