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Brian Karl
Brian Karl has worked professionally as a curator and director in support of multidisciplinary creative work at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), Harvestworks Media Arts, and Headlands Center for the Arts. He has also worked as a curator, consultant, and guest speaker for Art in General, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Creative Time, Composers Forum, the Kitchen (all in New York), and served as editor and producer for Tellus Audio Cassette Magazine in New York. He completed his doctoral dissertation in music and anthropology at Columbia University after conducting research in Morocco, Spain, and the U.S. He has taught courses widely in art, music, and cultural anthropology, including at New School, Fordham University, Colby College, the University of Michigan, California College of the Arts, and San Francisco Art Institute. He has also conceived and independently produced multiple experimental video projects, which have received awards when screened at festivals and have been purchased for collections and/or commissioned by museums and galleries internationally, including the Jewish Museum New York, the Whitney Biennial, and the New York and San Francisco Film Festivals.
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Against Rigour in Art: Landscape: the virtual, the actual, the possible?
Volume 14, Number 2, March/April 2015
by Brian Karl
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