Brent Dickinson, Babbling Objects: An Indoor Earthwork
November 8 - December 5, 2018


Student Critiques, Art Gallery
November 6, 3-5pm

Performative Lecture, Art Gallery
November 6, 7-8:30pm

Opening Reception:
November 8, 2018 at 4:30pm-7:30pm
Artist Talk in room 6304 at 5:30pm

Brent Everett Dickinson is a multi-disciplinary conceptual artist and writer based in Los Angeles. He has presented exhibitions, performances and screenings of his work around the US, Canada and Europe including the Essl Museum, Vienna; Socrates Sculpture Park, NYC; and the Cornerstone Music Festival, Chicago.

In 2017, Dickinson founded the Marcel Maus Hermeneutical Think Tank which operates as a Deleuzean machine, working to interrupt, antagonize and decontextualize Dickinson’s solo work.

Dickinson's work utilizes a radical entanglement of Christian theology, critical theory, and experimental comedy to explore properties and structures of meaning formation. Dickinson is an associate professor of art at Azusa Pacific University and recently completed a short film titled "Transfiguration on Forked River Mountain."