Mapping the invisible
Nancy G. Dickenson visiting artist lectures.
In this lecture, delivered during a retrospective of her work at the Johnson Art Museum at Cornell, Fall 1992, Denes reflects on themes of her work as a visual artist such as mapping the invisible, mapping thoughts, the discovery of truth, reality and misconception. Specific works described include her Pyramid Series, in which she translates Pascal's triangle into visual form, Tree Mountain, and Wheat Field.
Recorded in Ithaca, NY by Cornell University., Sponsored by: Art, Department of,Johnson Museum of Art., Speaker(s): Visual artist, a retrospective of whose work is on exhibit at the Johnson Museum of Art, Fall 1992., Lecture, October 14, 1992.75 minutes
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