This week, Lesley Art and Design will host a lecture series featuring four artists, critics, writers, and art historians.
This Thursday, artist Andy Graydon will be speaking on his work. Working in film and video, sound, performances and installations, Andy Graydon explores the development and transformation of forms, from morphogenesis to translation to decay. His work engages structures of music such as scoring and improvisation; interested in natural and social ecologies and the role of listening and the voice, he seeks to create evolving relations between subjects, objects and environments.
All lectures will be held in the lower level screening room at Lesley University’s University Hall building in Porter Square.