Faculty Panel | Perspectives on Doug Aitken’s migration (empire)
Wed, 10/4 · 5:30 pm—7:00 pm · Forum, Lewis Arts complex
Shane Campbell-Staton, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; Jeffrey Whetstone, Lewis Center for the Arts; Barbara White, Music
Join Princeton scholars from the humanities and sciences for an interdisciplinary discussion of the video installation migration (empire) by Doug Aitken, now screening daily on the north lawn of the Lewis Arts complex. Panelists will speak about the video work from their distinct scholarly perspectives, underscoring how different forms of knowledge can inform and help shape our perception.
- Shane Campbell-Staton, Assistant Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology—Contemporary Evolution and Adaptation
- Jeffrey Whetstone, Professor of Visual Arts in the Lewis Center for the Arts and associated faculty at the High Meadows Environmental Institute
- Barbara White, Professor of Music
Moderated by Karl Kusserow, John Wilmerding Curator of American Art and associated faculty at the High Meadows Environmental Institute. This event is cosponsored by the Lewis Center for the Arts and the High Meadows Environmental Institute.
Reception to follow.
This installation of Doug Aitken’s migration (empire) is made possible in part by Peter M. Ochs, Class of 1965, and Gail Ochs and Rachelle Belfer Malkin, Class of 1986, and Anthony E. Malkin, with cosponsorship provided by the Lewis Center for the Arts and the High Meadows Environmental Institute.