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Nasher Sculpture Center presents next Nasher Prize Dialogues event, Disembodied Intimacy: Digitally Communicating Art, Caregiving, and Sex, a virtual panel discussion hosted in partnership with Hauser & Wirth.

During this time of pandemic-induced isolation, artists, writers, design and digital mavens, Disembodied Intimacy: Digitally Communicating Art, Caregiving, and Sex will consider the ways digital technology can enrich or stymie important physical human acts, from the presentation of art to nurturing the sick to the erotic. With a focus on the body, the talk seeks to underscore the physical, phenomenological relationship between people and things so fundamental to the experience of sculpture.

The discussion will include artists Emmanuel Van Der Auwera, Mika Rottenberg, and Jacolby Satterwhite; digital strategist JaiJai Fei; and design critic and co-producer of the IGTV series Design Emergency, Alice Rawsthorn. The talk will be moderated by Randy Kennedy, Hauser & Wirth’s Director of Special Projects.

The discussion is part of Nasher Prize Dialogues, the discursive platform of the Nasher Prize, the annual international prize for a living artist in recognition of a body of work that has had an extraordinary impact on the understanding of sculpture. The Dialogues are intended to foster international awareness of sculpture and to stimulate discussion and debate. Programs - including panel discussions, lectures, and symposia - are held in cities around the world on a yearly basis, offering engagement with various audiences, and providing myriad perspectives and insight into the ever-expanding field of sculpture.

Nasher Sculpture Center presents next Nasher Prize Dialogues event, Disembodied Intimacy: Digitally Communicating Art, Caregiving, and Sex, a virtual panel discussion hosted in partnership with Hauser & Wirth.

During this time of pandemic-induced isolation, artists, writers, design and digital mavens, Disembodied Intimacy: Digitally Communicating Art, Caregiving, and Sex will consider the ways digital technology can enrich or stymie important physical human acts, from the presentation of art to nurturing the sick to the erotic. With a focus on the body, the talk seeks to underscore the physical, phenomenological relationship between people and things so fundamental to the experience of sculpture.

The discussion will include artists Emmanuel Van Der Auwera, Mika Rottenberg, and Jacolby Satterwhite; digital strategist JaiJai Fei; and design critic and co-producer of the IGTV series Design Emergency, Alice Rawsthorn. The talk will be moderated by Randy Kennedy, Hauser & Wirth’s Director of Special Projects.

The discussion is part of Nasher Prize Dialogues, the discursive platform of the Nasher Prize, the annual international prize for a living artist in recognition of a body of work that has had an extraordinary impact on the understanding of sculpture. The Dialogues are intended to foster international awareness of sculpture and to stimulate discussion and debate. Programs - including panel discussions, lectures, and symposia - are held in cities around the world on a yearly basis, offering engagement with various audiences, and providing myriad perspectives and insight into the ever-expanding field of sculpture.

Nasher Sculpture Center presents next Nasher Prize Dialogues event, Disembodied Intimacy: Digitally Communicating Art, Caregiving, and Sex, a virtual panel discussion hosted in partnership with Hauser & Wirth.

During this time of pandemic-induced isolation, artists, writers, design and digital mavens, Disembodied Intimacy: Digitally Communicating Art, Caregiving, and Sex will consider the ways digital technology can enrich or stymie important physical human acts, from the presentation of art to nurturing the sick to the erotic. With a focus on the body, the talk seeks to underscore the physical, phenomenological relationship between people and things so fundamental to the experience of sculpture.

The discussion will include artists Emmanuel Van Der Auwera, Mika Rottenberg, and Jacolby Satterwhite; digital strategist JaiJai Fei; and design critic and co-producer of the IGTV series Design Emergency, Alice Rawsthorn. The talk will be moderated by Randy Kennedy, Hauser & Wirth’s Director of Special Projects.

The discussion is part of Nasher Prize Dialogues, the discursive platform of the Nasher Prize, the annual international prize for a living artist in recognition of a body of work that has had an extraordinary impact on the understanding of sculpture. The Dialogues are intended to foster international awareness of sculpture and to stimulate discussion and debate. Programs - including panel discussions, lectures, and symposia - are held in cities around the world on a yearly basis, offering engagement with various audiences, and providing myriad perspectives and insight into the ever-expanding field of sculpture.

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https://www.nashersculpturecenter.org/programs-events/event/id/1745/nasher-prize-dialogues

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