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Artist-in-Residence Lecture: Rui Sasaki and Nisha Bansil

The Studio
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October 20, 2016 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Artist-in-Residence Lecture: Rui Sasaki and Nisha Bansil

Hear the October Artists-in-Residence, Rui Sasaki and Nisha Bansil, discuss their work and projects at The Studio during this informal lecture.

At The Studio. Free and open to the public; no reservations required.

Nisha Bansil

Nisha Bansil

Nisha Bansil’s work is an exploration of pattern, form, and structure. Living in the woods, she is inspired by observations made in her environment, such as light and shadow in the trees and plants, decay and growth in the life cycles on the forest floor, and the progress of time in the geology of the area.

Rui Sasaki

Rui Sasaki is a Japanese conceptual artist whose work centers around the exploration and discovery of subtle intimacy in unfamiliar and familiar spaces, which she refers to as “empty space.” After moving to the U.S. in 2007, she experienced sensations of lost memories, nostalgia, and homesickness.