Please join us online for our first Visual Art Forum lecture of the fall 2021 series with Chicago-based artist Dianna Frid on Wednesday, September 22 @ 4:00 pm PST. All talks are open to the public and all are welcome to attend. Closed captioning is available.
Zoom Link: https://emilycarru.zoom.us/j/65550494154...
Meeting ID: 655 5049 4154
About the artist
Dianna Frid is an artist working at the intersection of material texts and textiles. Her artist’s books and mixed-media works make visible the tactile manifestations of language. In her work, embroidery is a prominent vehicle for exploring the relationships between writing and drawing; and the overlaps of transcription, translation, and legibility.
Frid was born in Mexico where she was first exposed to textiles as complex codes of material writing. This point of reference helps her situate her work alongside lineages that embrace art and needlework without pitting them in hierarchical opposition. Time, rhythm, process, and matter are never in opposition.
English is Dianna Frid's stepmother tongue. She does not check boxes
Presented by the Audain Faculty of Art at Emily Carr University of Art + Design and the FRMS 300: Art Forums course.