Graduate Student Talk: Gedney Barclay

April 29, 2016
Event Types
Talk / Lecture
A man and a woman arer dressed in orange. The woman on the right wears a furry coat and a large brimmed hat with orange fringe.

Derek Jarman, Wittgenstein, 1993UK35mm transferred to DVD, color, 69 min.Courtesy Zeitgeist Films.

Take a look at the List’s exhibitions from a new perspective. Join Gedney Barclay (MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology) to discover more about the exhibition List Projects: Narrative Color.

About the Speaker

Gedney Barclay is an artist with a background in experimental theater. In her work in video, installation, and performance, she returns again and again to the infinite ways of parsing the inner and the outer, in delineating between anima and automata, skin and soul, machine and matter. Her practice is an expanded exploration in the techniques, technologies, and affects of deception, duplicity, and dispute. She is a second year graduate student at MIT’s program in Art, Culture and Technology. 

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.