Visual & Critical Studies Forum
Wednesday, March 25, 10 am – 12 pm
VCS Homeroom, San Francisco campus
Sanjit Sethi’s work consistently deals with issues of nomadism, identity, the residue of labor, memory, and movement in the urban sphere. His current works include Urban Defibrillator, the Gypsy Bridge project, and a collaboration with the Richmond Art Center and the Main Street Initiative of Richmond, California, all of which involve varied social and geographic communities. Sethi holds an MFA from the University of Georgia, as well as a master of science in advanced visual studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Visual Arts Program. He presently serves as Chair of Community Arts and Co-Director of the Center for Art and Public Life at CCA.