Multimedia — Nov 18, 2012
MFA LRVS Lecture: Lauri Twitchell and Peter Suchecki
The Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies presents a lecture by creative collaborators Lauri Twitchell and Peter Suchecki.
Lauri Twitchell is a painter, printmaker, landscape architect, and master gardener working closely with the natural world. Using text, sound, images, and objects, she has collaborated with communities, kids, birds, and artists on books, performances, sound recordings, and gardens.
Peter Suchecki is an artist, videographer, animator, educator, and builder. His exploration of patterns in nature and culture has led to many landscape interventions, plantings and performances, resulting in materially focused, ephemeral, and anonymous byproducts.
Together, Suchecki and Twitchell are Redstartstudio.
The Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies summer session is an eight-week long institute featuring graduate seminars, critique sessions, visiting artist lectures, and intensive periods of studio practice. Students participate in onsite graduate seminars and unique subject focused institutes run by PNCA faculty, and by visiting artists and scholars.