Tuesday, September 12,2017 | Doors open at 6 p.m., Lecture begins at 6:30 p.m.
For the opening presentation of the Collapsing Time lecture series, Los Angeles based artist David Horvitz will discuss a group of works that explore time zones, longitude lines, jet lag, synchronicity, standardized time, subjective time, and other thoughts on time in a lecture titled “Nautical Dusk.” Consistent with Horvitz’s mischievous nature, his lecture will be presented using an “alternative minute.” Learn more about Horvitz’s work at davidhorvitz.com
Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD) is pleased to announce the schedule of speakers and film screenings for its yearlong Visiting Artist, Scholar, and Designer (VASD) Program series titled Collapsing Time. From September 2017 through April 2018 the series will challenge a singular perspective of time by presenting manifold interpretations of time’s malleability while considering how flattening past, present, and future through creative models can generate new experiences of time beyond physical limitations. The lecture series will include six free and open-to-the-public presentations from nationally and internationally renowned artists and thinkers.
All lectures are free and open to the public and registration is highly encouraged. Complete lecture descriptions, full speaker biographies, and event registration information can be found at www.vasd.rmcad.edu. A monthly corresponding film series, offered in partnership with Alamo Drafthouse: Sloans Lake, will also include seven public screenings related to the theme. Learn more at drafthouse.com/theater/sloans-lake