Graduate Student Talk: Carolyn Joseph

March 8, 2017
Event Types
Talk / Lecture
Public Program
A saturated purple and white print behind glass on a white wall, a thin shelf running underneath

Gwenneth Boelens, (16th century Venetian parasol of alto-basso velvet), 2007/15, chromogenic color print (opaque projection), glass, paper, metal.  Installation view, MIT List Visual Arts Center, 2017. Courtesy the artist; Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam; and Klemm’s, Berlin

Take a look at the List’s exhibitions from a new perspective. Join Carolyn Joseph (MIT Materials Science and Engineering Department) to discover more about the Gwenneth Boelen’s use of unusual art materials.

About the Speaker

Carolyn Joseph earned her master’s degree from MIT’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering in December 2016. Her research focused on sheet aluminum production, specifically measurement of free-moving solid aluminum particles that form during ingot casting. Carolyn completed her bachelor’s degree at MIT in June 2015. In addition to academic and professional pursuits, she practices art and is involved in the arts on campus as a member of the MIT Arts Scholars.

About the Series

Graduate Student Gallery Talks at the List present focused explorations of our current exhibitions and are led by an MIT graduate student. These interdisciplinary talks examine art through the lens of students’ research, backgrounds, and interests.

Talks are free and open to the public, but registration is required.