Lecture by Rory Solomon
A creative essay comprised of memoir, observations, philosophy and critique that considers how new media potentially affect the ways we locate ourselves in time.
Rory Solomon is a software engineer, artist, and Adjunct Faculty at Parsons where he teaches computer programming to art and design students. In May 2013 he completed an MA in Media Studies at The New School, where his thesis “The Stack: A Media Archaeology of the Computer Program” received an award for Academic Achievement.
This event is presented in conjunction with Cynthia Daignault's solo exhibition currently on view at Lisa Cooley through October 20th. Daignault was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and currently lives in New York. She attended Stanford University, and was a MacDowell Colony Fellow in 2010. She edited the monograph on Sean Landers, Improbable History, which was published by JRP Ringier in 2011. Her work was featured in a solo show at White Columns in 2011. Daignault is a recipient of the 2011 Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant.
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