Red River College, 160 Princess St., main floor Roblin Centre, CGA Manitoba Room (P107)
Presented in partnership with mawa MENTORING ARTISTS For WOMEN'S ART
Marina Roy's lecture will focus on her writing and research for a future book titled Queuejumping. Roy will discuss her art practice, cross-disciplinary in scope, which investigates the intersection between materials, language, history and ideology. Her work addresses the desire for a post-humanist perspective, counter to the dictates of anthropocentric hubris and biopolitical control. She believes that materials and objects themselves have multiple potential agency, and art can act as a bridge between culture and nature, ethics and drive.