On Beauty, Nurturing and Durational Practice
How does nurturing beauty inform a durational art practice? Visual artist Evan Nabrit will examine the ongoing and meaningful durations implied by a term like ‘nurturing’, as well as what it means to carry something beautiful – such as an art practice – through sometimes difficult and always ever-changing seasons in life.”
Evan Nabrit (b.1982) is an artist and designer, based in West Philadelphia. His work mostly lampoons American power, typically involves attenuated figure/ground relationships, and is informed by a longstanding collage practice; drawing largely from commercial and fashion photography, cartoons, and history painting. (more at the link under Presenter)
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- Evan NabritArtist and Designer
Evan Nabrit (b.1982) is an artist and designer, based in West Philadelphia. His work mostly lampoons American power, typically involves attenuated figure/ground relationships, and is informed by a longstanding collage practice; drawing largely from commercial and fashion photography, cartoons, and history painting.
A 2012-14 Heidelberg Fellow and Dean’s Diversity Scholar, Nabrit received his interdisciplinary MFA and certificate in Interactive and Time-Based Media from the Weitzman School of Design (Penn) in 2014; where he served as a 2013 Graduate Lecture Fellow with the ICA Philadelphia, as well as 2013 Teaching Fellow in the department of Visual Studies in the School of Arts & Sciences (Penn). Nabrit holds a BA cum laude from Amherst College, 2006’e.
Nabrit currently works as a graphic designer with an AEI firm in Philadelphia. In 2022 he composed a book of studio images and institutional critique called Status as Material/Post Media Realism based on his graduate studies.