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Artist Lecture Series 5 (Geraldine Ondrizek)
April 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree
The MFA Program in the Art Department is presenting an Artist Lecture Series. We are inviting six artists throughout the Spring 2021 Semester. This is the 5th one of the series. For the list of all the six talks, visit here (Artist Lecture Series).
Ondrizek is a Professor of Art and artist at Reed College in Portland Oregon. For the last twenty-five years she has created architectural installations and artists books based on medical and genetic information to explore personal and political issues. Each piece results from a lengthy collaboration with scientists and medical researchers with the goal of producing work that incorporates and comments on medicine, genetics and ethics. She has had over 40 solo exhibitions internationally and is the recipient of several grants and residencies including an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Ford Family Foundation, the Oregon Arts Commission Individual Artist Fellowship, University of Washington Genetic Medicine Commission, NASA at the Johnson Space Center, the Houston Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, and a NEA exhibition support grant. Residencies include UNESCO Artist in Residence Amman Jordon and Marnay sur Seine France, Gasworks London, Momentum AIR and the Max Plank Archive, Berlin. Her recent exhibition include, The Hallie Ford Museum at Willamette University, Universidad Católica de la Santísima Concepción Chile, Bienal Concepción, Arte & Ciencia, Chile Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Berlin Germany, Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, ZKM Museum of Contemporary Art Karlsruhe, Germany, The Phoenix Gallery, Brighton, England, Momentum Berlin, the Nassir School of Art Gallery, Jerusalem, Haber Space, New York, Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, King Street Station, Seattle, Evergreen College Gallery, Olympia, The Boise Art Museum, Florida International University and The University of Houston.
Her work has been collected by The Portland Art Museum, John Hopkins University, MIT, Sanofi-Genzyme, The University of Washington Department of Medical Genetics, and Florida International University. Her current projects include; Chromosome 2, A public art commission for WVU Cancer Institute, Berkeley Medical Center, Martinsburg, West Virginia and Becoming You, A book showing the process of human fertilization, gestation and genetic testing. Written by Bioethisist, Dr. Shizuko Takahashi with images by Geraldine Ondrizek. She received her BFA from Carnegie-Mellon University and an MFA from the University of Washington.
Please click the links to register for this free talk. If you have any questions, please contact Miya Hannan at email@example.com.
This event has been made possible with the support of the Art Department Nieder Enduement, the School of the Arts Artist Lecture Funding, and the College of Liberal Arts Hilliard Enduement. Thank you.