Nautical Dusk, featuring David Horvitz

Mary Harris Auditorium on the RMCAD Campus

Tuesday, September 12 (Doors: 6 p.m.; Lecture: 6:30 p.m.)

  • Part of the Collapsing Time Lecture Series Presented by Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design
For the opening presentation of the Collapsing Time lecture series, David Horvitz will discuss a group of works that explore time zones, longitude lines, jet lag, synchronicity, standardized time, subjective time, and other thoughts on time.

Works to be investigated in the talk include Distance of a Day, a simultaneous video recording by the artist and his mother of a sunset in Maldives and a sunrise in Los Angeles occurring at the exact same time. The lecture will be presented using an “alternative minute.”

The VASD Program’s 2017/18 lecture series features free and open-to-the-public presentations from renowned artists and thinkers. Offering contemporary and critical perspectives, the Collapsing Time speakers challenge restrictive notions of time by dismantling absolutes and poking holes in barriers assumed to be impermeable.

Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design
1600 Pierce Street
Lakewood, CO 80214


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