The Palo Alto Art Center and the Djerassi Resident Artists Program present

Engaging Perception

The second of six exciting programs in the 2010 series
WHERE ART ORIGINATES: ARTISTS & THE CREATIVE PROCESS

Thursday, June 10, 7 p.m.
Palo Alto Art Center Auditorium

FREE ADMISSION

Timothy Braun is a writer living in Austin, TX.  He has received fellowships at the Edward Albee Foundation, MacDowell Colony, Ucross Foundation, and a Warhol fellowship at the Santa Fe Art Institute, among others. He was an artist-in-residence at HERE Arts Center from 2005-06. Braun blogs for Culturebot, and the Travel Channel. His plays have been published by Audience, The Columbia Review, Euphony, Playscripts, and Paper Wall.

As an artist in Thailand for the past decade and now in the US, Bundith Phumsombatlert has reflected on ever-changing social, economic, and political situations, particularly in the framework of globalization. He seeks to analyze and synthesize these issues within the context of history to form art that rethinks Thai identity in the world. Working in a range of materials, from hand-made printmaking and multiple sculptures to interactive installations controlled by computer systems, he seeks a conceptual and aesthetic space between visual art and media art.

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