Lecture: Nathan Meltz
Nathan Meltz, an RPI lecturer and artist specializing in graphic arts, will present correlations between his own art processes and the methods of reproducible media on display in the Picasso, Braque & Léger special exhibition. Nathan uses art to investigate the influence of technology on every facet of life, including family, food, politics, and war. With reference to his body of work, he will discuss how the use of graphics in social movements such as fascism draw connections between technology, militarism, and corporatism that artists began addressing in the early twentieth century and continue to do today.
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