Wed, November 18, 2015
18:00 – 19:30
In this illustrated lecture, Hebert will give an overview of his artworks which address our relationships to place, space, history and one another. Working in galleries and museums, as well as public spheres and community settings, Hebert explores the aesthetics and poetics of interconnectedness. He utilizes photography, sculpture, installation, design, popular education and language throughout his diverse practice. Hebert will trace the historical development of his practice, while also sharing recent projects which include a series of performances for the camera performed in public parks, various participatory text interventions, and his latest collaborations with community members in West Philadelphia.
Hebert serves as an Associate Arts Professor in the Department of Art and Public Policy at Tisch School of the Arts at NYU’s home campus in New York.
Learn more about this event on the LPD website.