Our panel is set for Friday, October 28, 2016 at 9:30 a.m.
MACAA 2016 conference events are being hosted by DAAP at the University of Cincinnati, so our panel discussion will definitely occur in one of the rooms in that building. Which room, however, has yet to be determined.
Again, the entire conference is concerned with contemporary shifts in artistic practice which impact the sites of production and the nature of what is produced. Our panel discussion will focus on shifting artistic production from traditional studio settings into domestic settings and the attendant implications.
This panel explores the role of home and hospitality in “post‐studio” art practices. How is the place of home as a studio transforming art practices? How is this re‐configuring a definition of home? How are ideas of hospitality latent or projected through these projects? In providing a forum for the discussion of the role of home and hospitality in art practices from the perspective of artists, makers, theorists, historians, and designers, this session aims to explore how artistic practices are perhaps re‐negotiating home, hospitality and traditions of artist studios.
I am one of three panelists leading this discussion. Each of us will have 20 minutes to share a presentation or our work/research before engaging the room in open discussion. I hope you can join us!
Nina Caporale, Independent Artist
“One working artist, AirBnB, and a shared economy”
Summer Zickefoose, Westminister College
"Hospitality and Friending – negotiated relationships in the Visiting Series"
Harmony Wolfe, Independent Scholar, Panel Chair
“Ameliorating Loneliness and Shame Resiliency: Notes on CHAR”