art ltd. July/Aug 2015 features Meridel Rubenstein in the Artist Profile
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Please join me in San Francisco on Saturday, September 12 at Brian Gross Fine Art for my exhibition The Volcano Cycle.
On view will be ten new photoworks from The Volcano Cycle, the second part of the three-part series, Eden Turned on its Side. In The Volcano Cycle, I explore deep time through images of the smoldering volcanoes that make up Indonesia’s Ring of Fire, evoking thoughts of earth, climate change, and human co-evolution.
Reception for the Artist: Saturday, September 12, 3-5 pm
Artist Talk: 3:30 pm
Mt. Bromo from Above Encircled, 2011
dye sublimation on aluminum, edition 1/5, 32 x 45 3/4 inches framed
Women’s International Study Center Panel Discussion: How Women Artists Shape the Arts and Contribute to Social Change
On August 6, 2015, Meridel was invited to join a panel of artists, Harmony Hammond and Rose B. Simpson, to discuss with moderator Kymberly Pinder and keynote speaker Susan Fisher Sterling, Director of the National Museum of Women in the Arts on the topic of How Women Artists Shape the Arts and Contribute to Social Change.
This special lecture and moderated discussion explored the evolution of women artists over recent decades and their contributions to social change.
Presented by the Women’s International Study Center with the support of the New Mexico Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
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Event and Speakers Introduction: 04:26–5:55
Meridel talk: 1:24:06–1:33:07
Meridel Q&A: 1:40:12–1:42.34
In the Spring 2015 El Palacio magazine’s article titled, The Arts of Nuclear (Dis)enchantment by Lois P. Rudnick included Meridel Rubenstein’s multimedia work about Robert Oppenheimer and Los Alamos, Archimedes’ Chamber and the Oppenheimer’s Chair
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