Artist Lecture: Patrick Zentz, bi/cycle/extrapolated

Tue Oct 17 2017, 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM

October 17, 2017
Artist Lecture: Patrick Zentz, bi/cycle/extrapolated
Times: 7 PM

Location: MAM
Artist Patrick Zentz will talk about his artistic practice, his Missoula Art Park installation, cycle/s, and why he feels like the bicycle lies at the highest pinnacle of engineering and art. His talk will range broadly across art, science, and technology with the bicycle as a metaphorical pivot, and will include topics such as Buckminster Fuller’s concept of tensegrity, Nancy Holt’s installation Missoula Ranch Locators, digital signal processing, and the Voyager space probe, with images and animations produced by Zentz.

With Voices in Contemporary Art, MAM connects audiences to cultural literature and significant voices in contemporary art. Internationally recognized artists, critics, and scholars present the latest art world practices and conversations, from contemporary artistic practice and aesthetic philosophy, to art criticism and art history. Lectures are free for members and students, $5 suggested donation for the public.

Location: Missoula Art Museum 335 North Pattee Missoula, MT