PNCA Alumn Eileen Isagon Skyers at TED2023
April 04, 2023
This month, PNCA alumn, Eileen Isagon Skyers, will present in Vancouver, BC during TED2023 among many other leading artists, thinkers, and innovators like Wangechi Mutu, Sarah Jones, Grimes, Krista Tippet, and Machine Dazzle.
"From data collection to generative AI tools, the talk covers some of the most inspiring artists working with this technology today."
Eileen Isagon Skyers is an expert on digital art and culture.
Artist and curator Eileen Isagon Skyers has nearly a decade of experience producing online exhibitions at non-profit and contemporary arts institutions including David Zwirner, Rhizome and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Through recent roles in curation and creative direction for various web3 platforms, she has conducted extensive research on contemporary digital art and culture in an effort to understand the community-building potential for artists working on the blockchain. She is cofounder and CCO of a new cultural fund called Gemma.
Skyers's own moving image work has been exhibited in the US, UK, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Mexico. Her first book, Vanishing Acts, looked at the role of network-based art practices, and her writing has been published in Frieze, Hyperallergic and Dirt, among other publications.
PNCA to host lectures by Alfredo Jaar and Forensic Architecture as part of PICA's Policing Justice exhibition.
Please join us on Friday, February 9th at 6pm for our upcoming talk with American Artist!
MA Critical Studies student Kaya Noteboom's thoughtful review of 'Make Banana Cry' was published in Oregon ArtsWatch!
Be sure to see MA Critical Studies Student, Jason Le, moderate Andrew Tay and Stephen Thompson's discussion of their performance, Make Banana Cry!
The Hallie Ford School of Graduate Studies is happy to present a panel discussion with scholars Christopher Ian Foster + Carmen P. Thompson!