Saturday, February 3, 2018, 2:30-4:30 PM

In Conversation: Dodie Bellamy and Pamela Lee

Gallery 2 (Program Hub)

Pamela Lee (left) and Dodie Bellamy (right)

In conjunction with Be Not Still: Living in Uncertain Times, author Dodie Bellamy and art historian Pamela Lee discuss the topic of surveillance and the art world, with a focus on Lee’s two current book projects: the cold war think tank and the dark net. Both projects variously engage the national security state, surveillance, and the political interests of secrecy within contemporary culture.

$10 general / $5 members

 

Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes in advance of start time to allot for shuttle service from admissions to Gallery 2.

About the Speakers

Dodie Bellamy is co-curator of There’s a Dark Secret in Me: Precarity, Exposure, Camouflage, a presentation of works from di Rosa’s permanent collection around the theme of surveillance, organized with her partner Kevin Killian as part of Be Not Still: Living in Uncertain Times Part I.

Pamela M. Lee is an art historian and Osgood Hooker Professor in Fine Arts at Stanford University. Her research focuses on late modernism and contemporary art, particularly the relationship between aesthetics and politics.