HCII Seminar Series - Nica Ross
Director, Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry & Associate Professor of Video & Media Design, School of Drama at Carnegie Mellon University
Seminar recording **
"Invitations and Intentions: A Creative Practice informed by Queer Autonomy"
Through the format of an artist talk Nica Ross will share select projects from their body of work through the lens of Queer cultural production. In addition they will discuss how their socially engaged practice applies to their leadership of the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry.
** Warning: This video contains adult content that may not be suitable for children. Parental guidance is recommended.
Nica Ross is an artist and cultural producer via Brooklyn, San Francisco and Tempe, AZ. Their creative research challenges normative ideologies and social constructions that are reinforced by technology, performance and play. This work takes multiple forms: video installation, performance, gayming, sporting and more. The continuity across these forms is an invitation that is inherent in each piece.