Brooke Singer: Making Do(ing)

Department of Art Fall 2013 Lecture Series

Brooke Singer engages techno-science as an artist, educator, non-specialist, and collaborator. Her work lives "on-" and "off-" line in the form of websites, workshops, photographs, maps, installations, and performances that often involves public participation in pursuit of social change. Recent awards and commissions include a Madrid Council's Department of the Arts commission, Turbulence.org commission, New York State Council on the Arts Individual Artist award, a Headlands Center for Arts residency, and a fellowship at Eyebeam Art + Technology. She is currently associate professor of new media at State University of New York–Purchase College, and cofounder of the art, technology, and activist group Preemptive Media.

Cosponsored by the Central New York Humanities Corridor, from an award by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Tinker Factory Lab, and the Society for the Humanities.