School of Arts and Humanities News

Charissa Terranova: Gallery Walk Through

You are invited to a gallery walk through with Charissa Terranova

Thursday, January 27 at 6pm
Dallas Contemporary
161 Glass Street
Dallas, Texas 75207
The event is free, please rsvp at [email protected]

Listen to Charissa Terranova’s perspective on current exhibition Christian Wulffen: Bridges and Constructions.

Charissa N. Terranova is Assistant Professor of Aesthetic Studies at The University of Texas at Dallas. She lectures and teaches seminars on art and architectural history, theory, and criticism and media and new media theory. She is a scholarly writer and freelance curator and critic working both nationally and internationally. She is the Editor of Art, Architecture, and New Media Studies for the scholarly journal Transfers: New Mobility Studies.

Dr. Terranova’s book-length manuscript on the automobile and perception is currently under consideration for publication. Titled Automotive Prosthetic: The Car, Technological Mediation, and the Conceptual Turn in Art, 1951-Present, the book focuses on conceptual art, the aesthetic experience of seeing the world in motion through the car window, and the global political economy of the car in the post-WWII period.