New Installation by Monika Bravo to be celebrated Nov. 18
Landmarks announces its newest commission—a digital animation by artist Monika Bravo. Titled An Interval of Time and sited at UT’s Jackson School of Geosciences, Bravo’s animation weaves together geological data with images of Iceland, Colombia, New Mexico, and Colorado, looped across three flat screen displays. A commission that began in 2010, An Interval of Time chronicles the evolution of the artist’s practice over the past decade and underscores her deepening interest in the interwovenness of metaphysical, spiritual and scientific inquiry.
Bravo is the first female Latinx artist to enter the Landmarks collection and her commission represents Landmarks’ third video installation.
An Interval of Time will be celebrated on November 18th at 4:30 PM CST with an online Q&A with Bravo, moderated by Alexandra Mendez, M.A. Candidate at UT’s Center for Latin American Visual Studies, Department of Art and Art History. The virtual event will also include remarks by Landmarks director Andrée Bober and Jackson School of Geosciences Dean Claudia Mora.
To register for the Zoom webinar, visit: landmarksrsvp.org.
Monika Bravo, still frame of An Interval of Time, 2020
Monika Bravo, An Interval of Time, 2020