Relational Aestheitcs and Continental Philosophy

Mathew Timmons and Robert Summers on Continental
Philosophy and Relational Aesthetics
April 25 1-4 pm

This lectures will take place at Sea and Space Explorations.

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Spotlight on upcoming speaker Robert Summers

Robert Summers is completing his PhD in art history at UCLA, where he was a Cota Robles, Dickson, and UCLA Graduate Research Fellow. He has chaired and presented at conferences nationally and internationally, and he has an essay titled “Shame/less: A Queer Warholian Spectacle,” in Art and Shame: An Anthology (Ashgate Press, 2009) and “Vaginal Davis Does Art History,” in Dead History, Live Art (University of Chicago Press, 2008).

He teaches art history and visual culture at Otis College of Art and Design.

Spotlight on upcoming speaker Mathew Timmons

Mathew Timmons is a writer, curator and critic in Los Angeles. He is the General Director of General Projects at various locations including Outpost for Contemporary Art and The Ups & Downs, an installation series, at workspace. He also co-edits/curates Insert Press (with Stan Apps), LA-Lit (with Stephanie Rioux), Late Night Snack (with Harold Abramowitz) and he is the Los Angeles editor of Joyland. A chapbook, Lip Service is recently out from Slack Buddha Press. His work may also be found in various journals, including: P-Queue, Holy Beep!, Film Forum,The Physical Poets, NōD, PRECIPICe, Or, Moonlit, aslongasittakes, eohippus labs, Area Sneaks, Artweek and The Encyclopedia Project.