Interference Fringe | An artist's talk by L.N. Tallur
Wednesday, September 18
LN Tallur is a multimedia conceptual artist who divides his time between India and South Korea. He was the winner of the 2012 Škoda prize for Indian contemporary art. His work explores the absurdities of everyday life and the anxieties of contemporary society. It incorporates the organic, hand-made craftsmanship, found objects, the industrial, and symbols of India, often correlating traditional and contemporary customs. He received a BFA in Painting from Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts (1996), a MFA in Museology from Maharaja Sayyajirao University (1998), and a MA in Contemporary Fine Art Practice from Leeds Metropolitan University (2002).
Sponsored by the Division of Liberal Arts, Global Art & Culture, and THAD in collaboration with Brown University, History of Art Department.