The Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts‘ SkypeOnArt series will conclude its fall season on Monday, December 2, with a presentation by Nobuho Nagasawa. Nobuho Nagasawa is a transdisciplinary artist whose site-specific works explore the ecology, politics, and psychological dimensions of space and people. Her projects range from sculptural installation, architectural intervention, and time-based work to activism, and public art. Using time and process and community participation as critical components, her environments create experiences that are both tactile and sensory. Her artworks respond poetically to the architectural presence, social and cultural history, collective memory and political consciousness of their sites.

SkypeOnArt begins at 11:30 a.m. in Fine Arts Building, Room 109.  All are invited to this free event and are welcome to bring their lunch.