Artist Talk with Mina Zarfsaz, Thursday, October 30 @ 11.45am
Visual artist, designer, and researcher Mina Zarfsaz incorporates elements of linguistics, mathematics, philosophy, and psychology in her artistic practice. She writes, “My work seeks to invert common tools of social control to create dialogue, exchange critical perspectives, generate questions and ideally inspire subjective action.” Her work has appeared in exhibitions at Broadway Gallery, Time Square Museum, New York State Museum, Plattsburgh State Art Museum, and others. Zarfsaz is the founder/creative director of MZ Studio, a self-initiated studio dedicated to foster creative exploration.
For each exhibition, the PRG invites participating exhibition artists to speak about their work, philosophies, and processes. Each artist talk may also include an introduction and exhibition overview by the Director/Curator of the Paul Robeson Galleries, and is followed by a question-and-answer session. These talks are scheduled according to level of interest and speaker availability. If your group or class is interested in scheduling an artist talk, please contact Caren King Choi at 973 353 1625 or email@example.com.