This Spring, Brown University’s Choices Program interviewed me for a series of videos on “Art and Politics”. The videos will be part of Brown’s Scholars Online video library for their online teaching resources. Here is a list of the interview questions and short videos. 1. Who are you and what do you do? 2. How […]
Hot off the digital press… Here a little installation video documenting my recent show with artist Wafaa Bilal at the David Winton Bell Gallery.
Artist Jin Shan discusses the ideas behind his installation “My dad is Li Gang! 我爸是李刚!” (2012) in the David Winton Bell Gallery at Brown University. Video footage by Ian Alden Russell, Andy Romer Photography, Frank Mullin, and Tara Cavanaugh. More information: http://ianaldenrussell.com/projects/my-dad-is-li-gang-我爸是李刚
7 September 2012 List Art Center Brown University On the occasion of the opening of Jin Shan’s “My dad is Li Gang! 我爸是李刚!” at the David Winton Bell Gallery, curator Ian Alden Russell speaks with the artist about his artist career. More information: ianaldenrussell.com/projects/my-dad-is-li-gang-我爸是李刚
October 24, 1st floor Library, Brown Center for Public Humanities, 357 Benefit Street, Providence, R.I., (use rear entrance off Williams Street) 5:30-7PM Round Table Discussion: “The Future of Museums and the Public Humanities: Perspectives from Italy,” with Paolo Rosa, Fitt Artist-in-Residence, Brown Creative Arts Council; Luigi Di Corato, General Director of the Siena Museums Foundation; […]
From the Winter 2012 Symposium held at Brown University. More information here.
From the Winter 2012 Symposium of the Urban Cultural Heritage & Creative Practice International Research Collaborative. More information here.
Video presentation for the “Heritage Erasure: Vandalism and Obliteration in the Historic Environment” session of the “Peoples, places, stories 2011″ conference at Linnaeus University, Sweden. Created from the archive of Fiona Hallinan’s artist project “Roadscore | Invisible String”. Thank you to Fiona Hallinan, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation, the John Nicholas Brown Center for […]