Not Hibernating Lecture Series with Cristina Victor November 21st

November 16, 2022

Bemis Studio Portrait

PNCA’s Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies cordially invites you to join us for our quiet season “not hibernating” artist lectures, kicking off at 6pm on November 21st with Cristina Victor. These remote (via Zoom) artist talks feature prominent multidisciplinary artists providing insights on their process and careers. They are open to the public.

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Cristina Victor is a Cuban-American artist whose making always stems from the hyphen. Her interdisciplinary practice materializes storytelling, meditations on the failure and power of language, auto-ethnography, and critiques the framing of identity by mass media outlets. Using performance, textiles, sculpture, installation, and public engagement she is committed to creating and facilitating generative exchanges about the complexities of our collective and individual human experience. Vexillology, analogue graphic design and archiving act as foundational threads in her translations. Her concern for access, balances her formal object making and public engagement projects. 

She received her AA from the New World School of the Arts, Her BA from Sarah Lawrence College and her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.