Cameron Rowland's work investigates legal and economic structures that enforce contemporary life. He has previously exhibited at ESSEX STREET, New York; the Albright Knox Museum, Buffalo; PS1, Queens; Studio Museum in Harlem; Artists Space, New York; and Kunsthalle Fribourg, Switzerland.
He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and lives and works in Queens, New York.
Critical Issues in Contemporary Art Practice is a free public lecture series. The series is organized by the School of Art + Art History + Design at the University of Washington and is sponsored by The Boeing Company with support from Henry Art Gallery. The lecture series happens over seven Thursday evenings this winter in the Henry's auditorium. The general public is invited to sit alongside degree-seeking individuals studying fine art to share ideas and raise questions on contemporary art and its place in society and our imaginations. Following the public lectures, UW graduate and undergraduate art students enrolled in ART 361/595 interface with the visiting artists in the classroom and studio.
Lectures begin at 7 pm. Attendees are encouraged to register for individual lectures in order to secure seating.