Ginger Smith CV

 

Education

200 Hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training (November 2018)

Trained semi-privately with Angela Quinn (E-RYT-500), Owner and Director of Prana Yoga Shala, Princeton

Additional training - Reiki Level I, Trained with Michele Granberg (Reiki Master), 11-16-19 at Gratitude Yoga in Princeton

Boston University, History of Art & Architecture

Doctor of Philosophy, 2015

Dissertation: “Technology and Artistic Practice in 1960s and 1970s Southern California,” traces the ways in which the high-technology environment of Southern California fostered artistic experimentation with technology in studio and post-studio practices.

Major Advisor: Gregory Williams, Associate Professor of Contemporary Art

Boston University, History of Art & Architecture

Master of Arts, 2007

MA paper title: “A Language of Time: Robert Smithson’s Art-Science Dialectics”

Advisor: Gregory Williams, Associate Professor of Contemporary Art

Watkins College of Art, Design & Film, Nashville, Tennessee

Foundations Coursework, 6/2003 – 12/2004 (30 credits completed)

Photography major, coursework comprised the fine art foundations of a BFA  

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Education, Health, & Human Sciences

Master of Science, 2001

Concentration: Elementary Education

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Communications & Information

Bachelor of Science, 2000, Honors: Summa cum laude

Concentration: Journalism

Publications

Exhibition review: “Mary Corse: A Survey in Light,” for caa.reviews, Whitney Museum of American Art (June 8-November 25, 2018), 19 March 2019.

“Indexical Proof: Post-Studio Intersections of Earthrise and John Baldessari’s California Map Project,” (2017) in Dawna Schuld and Cristina Albu, eds., Perception and Agency in Shared Spaces of Contemporary Art (New York and London: Routledge, 2018).

“Technology and Artistic Practice in 1960s and 1970s Southern California,” (PhD diss., Boston University, 2015).

“Practicing Big Science in Southern California: Larry Bell as Artist-Scientist,” Montage, 6 (University of Iowa Art History Society), 2012.

“Biographies” in Rachel Arauz, The Shape of Abstraction (Boston University Art Gallery, 2010).

“Barbara Bosworth” and “Biographies & Bibliographies” in Kim Sichel, TO FLY: Contemporary Aerial Photography (Boston University Art Gallery, 2007).

Conference Papers and Public Presentations

University of Michigan History of Art Symposium: “On Absence: Loss and Immateriality in Art and Architecture” (10/25/2014)

Paper Delivered: “Post-studio Sublime: Southern California Art and Technology after Earthrise”

Departments of Information Science and History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh: “Debating Visual Knowledge” Conference (10/3 – 5/2014)

Paper delivered: “Post-studio Sublime: Southern California Art and Technology after Earthrise”

University of Oregon Art History Association Symposium: “Experience & Experimentation” (4/25 – 26/2013)

Paper delivered: “A New Opticality: Mary Corse’s Microspheres”

University of Iowa Graduate Symposium of the History of Art: “Art and Science” (3/2 – 3/2012)

Paper delivered: “Practicing Big Science in Southern California: Larry Bell as Artist-Scientist,”

Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts

Gallery talk (Feb. 2010) for The Shape of Abstraction (February 5 – April 28, 2010) in support of exhibition programming.

25th Annual Boston University Graduate Symposium of the History of Art: “Chance” (3/27 – 28/2009),

Paper delivered: “Spontaneous Destruction: Jean Tinguely’s Theater of Chance”

Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts

Gallery talk (Oct. 2007) for TO FLY: Contemporary Aerial Photography (September 7 – October 28, 2007) in support of exhibition programming.

Exhibitions

2003    Watkins College of Art & Design Student Juried Exhibition, Brownlee O. Currey, Jr., Gallery

2004    Watkins College of Art & Design Student Juried Exhibition, Brownlee O. Currey, Jr., Gallery

       

contact me

located in Yardley, Pennsylvania

gingersmithstudio (at) gmail (dot) com

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