Liz Glynn. Courtesy the artist.

Liz Glynn. Courtesy the artist.

Liz Glynn

Liz Glynn (b. 1981) is a Los Angeles based artist who creates large-scale installations and participatory performances. Her work has been presented at venues including the New Museum, New York; LACMA, Los Angeles; MOCA, Los Angeles; Paula Cooper Gallery, New York; and Arthouse at the Jones Center, Austin. Recent solo projects include loving you is like fucking the dead at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and III, an off-site project produced by Redling Fine Art. Her work has appeared in Artforum, the New York Times, New York Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, Art Lies, and Archaeology Magazine. She is represented by Redling Fine Art, Los Angeles.

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Liz Glynn
Utopia or Oblivion: Parts I and II
  • Sat. Nov 5, 12:00 pm
Liz Glynn will present a two-part performance. Inspired by Buckminster Fuller’s faltering geodesic dome experiment of 1948, including a building project with volunteer participants. Free
Liz Glynn
Utopia or Oblivion: Parts I and II
  • Mon. Nov 7, 12:00 pm
Liz Glynn will present a two-part performance. Inspired by Buckminster Fuller’s faltering geodesic dome experiment of 1948, including a building project with volunteer participants. Free
Liz Glynn
Artist Class: The Best of Intentions: Futility, Failure, and Performance
  • Tue. Nov 8, 3:00 pm
In this Artist Class, Glynn will explore the relationship between human scale and iconic monumental form, the messiness of collective negotiation, and the tensions and desires around structural perfection and monumentality. $10 / 8 Student
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Liz Glynn
Utopia or Oblivion
  • Sun. Nov 6, 11:00 am
A silent dance recreation of an experiment attempted by Buckminster Fuller during his time on the faculty at Black Mountain College. Free