Visual Arts Department Winter Lecture Series

Visual Arts Department Winter Lecture Series invites you to join this special lecture by artist Keaton Macon
on Wednesday March 9 at 7pm.

All lectures are free and open to the public.

CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE LECTURE AT 7PM
Passcode: 873415

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Keaton Macon is an artist working in drawing, painting and installation. He uses images, objects and sound to point to personal and cultural historical events and collective memory. These arrangements often produce experiences that ground the viewer in the now and present questions about the past. Self-expression and social commentary have always been part of his work. During Macon’s youth, he was introduced to the arts through pop culture, skateboarding graphics and serials such as “The Far Side.” He says he appreciated these sources as “digestible but coded visual language and their tendency to re-contextualize pop culture imagery within their subcultures’ frame.” He also was influenced by a similar aesthetic on fliers for parties, indie hip-hop and rock shows. Macon received an MFA from California Institute of the Arts and a B.A. in Studio Art from California State University of San Bernardino. His work has been exhibited at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery/Barnsdall, 356 Mission, Laurel Doody, Queens Los Angeles, PST, Woodbury University, RAFFMA at California State University San Bernardino, Shosanna Wayne, The Hammer with KCHUNG. Macon was included in the MexiCali Biennial, and has an upcoming show at Best Practice in San Diego.
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