Nicholas Mirzoeff: Whiteness, White Seeing, White Space and Their Fall with respondent Aria Dean Oct 23 Event DateEvent Date Oct 23, 2020, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM Event LocationLocation Off Campus Online (YouTube) Share Tweet Share Export event Fall WHAP! Series 'Black Out' Nicholas Mirzoeff is a visual activist, working at the intersection of politics, race and global/visual culture. In 2020-21, he is the Mellon/ACLS Scholar & Society fellow in residence at the Magnum Foundation, New York. He is the author or editor of eleven books. His most recent, The Appearance of Black Lives Matter, was first published in 2017 as a free e-book, and again in 2018 as a limited edition print book with Carl Pope’s art project The Bad Air Smelled Of Roses. Both editions were published by NAME Publications, Miami. Aria Dean is the Editor and Curator at Rhizome. She helped launch and program the online-only “Net Art Anthology,” which also resulted in the catalogue The Art Happens Here: Net Art Anthology (Rhizome, 2019). Working as both a writer and artist, she has published with Artforum, Art in America, e-flux, The New Inquiry, and Texte zur Kunst.