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On February 29th, The Dedalus Foundation and Hunter College Department of Art and Art History presented “Mattering: Life, Art, and Materiality” at the Roosevelt House. Celebrated art historian and 2018 Robert Motherwell Book Award recipient Julia Bryan-Wilson  selected three recent Dedalus MFA Fellows for a free-ranging discussion of process and materiality.

Artists Jessi Ali Lin (2020, University of Pennsylvania), Luis Emilio Romero (2023, CUNY, Hunter College), and Charisse Pearlina Weston (2019, University of California, Irvine), each presented their work. culminated with a group discussion moderated by Bryan-Wilson.

Mattering: Art, Life, and Materiality