[aEGtTPMv.4:] Scopodelic Perspectives on The Plummet Machine
Matthew C. Lange
Wednesday, May 11th | 7 pm
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In this performative conversation, Matthew C. Lange will engage with a panoply of devices to demonstrate the mind-altering potential of a theoretical social structure referred to as The Plummet Machine. Building upon inquiries related the encyclopedic and bibliographic functions of this machine, Lange will explore techniques for observing our collective audio-visual archives. For those accustomed to its working, and those encountering it for the first time alike, the resulting display will open new perceptual understandings of The Plummet Machine.
Matthew C. Lange is an artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Since receiving his MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in 2011, Lange has staged performances and exhibited work at MoMA PS1, LIC, NY; Printed Matter, NY, NY; International Center of Photography, NY, NY; NurtureArt, Brooklyn, NY; and Signal Projects, Brooklyn, NY. Lange currently serves as lecturer at School of Visual Arts.
The BAXTER ST at CCNY Conversations Series is made possible in part by generous support from public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.