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Lori Miles Artist Talk - Shared screen with speaker view
Misti Scott
17:26
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Misti Scott
17:46
Lori Miles focuses on art making, mostly dealing with cultural memes – especially looking at the gap between sculpture and contemporary controversies. She works at the intersection of traditional sculpture and use of online images for which copyright has expired. Online images inspire her sculpture and art. During summer 2015, she was recipient of a faculty-student research grant through which she worked with students to merge traditional art with online images and other online research.Her specialties are: Art history, Sculpture, Public art, Technology related to and used in art, Copyright issues (fair use and related legal issues), Community service related to art.
Misti Scott
18:00
PARADOXICAL UNDRESSINGa liquidation sale and art showhttps://www.paradoxicalundressing.com/
Alexandra Chamberlain
36:57
Sound stopped working…or is it just me?
Carol Cox
37:07
no sound here
sB47
43:31
🤚🏽👋🏽
Alexandra Chamberlain
44:26
That would be amazing
sB47
44:58
😂
Alexandra Chamberlain
45:59
This is fantastic
sB47
46:40
You outdid yourself this is wonderful !
Alexandra Chamberlain
50:48
yesssss
Misti Scott
55:54
The videos are available on the website.
Misti Scott
55:57
https://www.paradoxicalundressing.com/
Alexandra Chamberlain
56:28
Ugh I miss that piece
Christopher
01:09:43
Question re: show concept and art pricing in general. Did you struggle at to apply liquidation style pricing for your pieces? Or struggle with using liquidation pricing for art in a culture that widely devalues the work and labor of artists in both literal and figurative ways despite frequently relying on those skills across a wide array of industries and disciplines? (science, business, publishing, advertising, etc…)?
Christopher
01:13:46
Hi Lori, it was from Christopher Neal, class of 2011. It was great hearing your talk tonight and seeing such a range of your work.
Alexandra Chamberlain
01:18:48
Lori. Your (you’re) great.
John Berry
01:23:32
Yet, letting all the work go is kind of like finding a new way to send yourself into (new conceptual) space!
Alexandra Chamberlain
01:28:20
bob....
John Berry
01:28:34
LOLOLOLOL