Robert Ladislas Derr

Community Engagement

Global Frequencies, 2019<br><br>play on P Street with Jan Adriaans, Brian Black and Ryan Bulis, Michael Bouchet, Olaf Breuning, Robert Ladislas Derr, Ayana Evans, Kate Gilmore, Ben Glas, Piero Golia, Dan Graham, Yolande Harris, MacKayla Kelsey, Gamze Konca, Surasi Kusolwong, Esther Neff, Paul Pinto, Bernhard Schreiner, Michael Snow, Stelarc, Annika Ström, Camille Voyenne, Erwin Wurm, YS Collective, Sung-hoon Yu, curated by Matthias Ulrich

Global Frequencies, 2019

Reconfigured Vision, 2009<br><br> lecture series including Patty Chang, Dennis Oppenheim, Dan Graham, Michael Snow, Barbara London

Reconfigured Vision, 2009

Technology Expanding the Horizon: A Reinterpretation & Investigation of the Landscape, 2007<br><br>symposium including Vito Acconci, Shannon Bell, Dmitry Bulatov, Heath Bunting, Martha Buskirk, Robert Davis, Ricardo Dominguez, Peter Garfield, James Gimzewski, Vicki Goldberg, Lori Nix, and Erwin Wurm

Technology Expanding the Horizon: A Reinterpretation & Investigation of the Landscape, 2007

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About

Robert Ladislas Derr is a visual artist making performances from live to intervention, videos, photographs, and multimedia installations. He has exhibited and performed widely at venues, including the Riga Performance Festival (Latvia), SomoS Art House (Germany), Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center (US), Canberra Contemporary Art Space (Australia), Mendel Art Gallery (Canada), Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt (Germany), Wexner Center for the Arts (US), LIVE Performance Art Biennale (Canada), and Irish Film Institute (Ireland). His works have been funded by such organizations as the Urbana Public Arts Commission, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and Ohio Arts Council. Some of the permanent collections holding his work include Loyola University Museum of Art, Miami-Dade Public Library, and Indiana University Art Museum. Derr earned his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, BFA from the Art Academy of Cincinnati, and attended the Photography Institute National Graduate Seminar at New York University.

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