Enjoy a cup of La Colombe coffee and join PennDesign MFA candidate Lydia Rosenberg for an intimate conversation inspired by the ICA exhibition Ruffneck Constructivists.
Focusing specifically on artworks by Jennie C. Jones, Dineo Seshee Bopape, William Pope L., and Tim Portlock, the discussion will explore the systems of oppression that structure our physical environment and that are embedded within social experience. With these artists in mind we will begin to imagine how to turn these systems inside out.
Lydia Rosenberg is a visual artist and writer born in 1987 in Pittsburgh. Rosenberg has been included in several group and solo exhibitions throughout the US, predominately in small artist-run spaces. She is the co-founder of H. Klum Fine Art, formerly an exhibition space in a one-room apartment in Portland, Oregon. Rosenberg lives and works in Philadelphia, where she is a first year candidate for the MFA in Interdisciplinary Art at the University of Pennsylvania.
Ruffneck ConstructivistsCoffee & Conversation