Rochester-based artist Granville Carroll kicks off our annual Wish You Were Here series with a talk about his photographic works that conjure unknown cosmic universes, alien landscapes, and portals to alternate dimensions. Through the lens of Afrofuturism and Astroblack concepts, these digitally and physically manipulated images activate the imagination to reveal new realities and visions of the future as personal and collective origin stories.
Free to members, $10 nonmembers, $5 students
Wish You Were Here is generously supported by Thomas N. Tischer, PhD.
Upcoming Events in this Series
Wish You Were Here. Rochester-based artist Granville Carroll talks about his photographic works that conjure unknown cosmic universes, alien landscapes, and portals to alternate dimensions.
Jasna Bogdanovska conceptualizes the environment from a humanistic perspective, combining individual and collective narratives of migration, identity, mythology, and a sense of belonging.
Eric T. Kunsman's artistic practice focuses on the often-neglected towns of the American southwest as well as the tensions of struggling rustbelt cities throughout the northeastern United States.