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Space and time doesn’t give a f**k.

Welcome to the inaugural post of the newly minted, hopefully biweekly, perhaps never ending, and always interesting: SESSIONS. This is a web-based series of conversations, interviews, artists talks, or performances with members of the SFAI community. We are kicking it off in conjunction with Virtual Vernissage—a two-part event showcasing the work of SFAI’s 2020 class of MFA artists and MA scholars. SESSIONS functions as a generative platform for dialogue and engagement between SFAI and the universe.

For today's installment, we sit down with SFAI alumni Lexygius Sanchez Calip (MA/MFA History and Theory of Contemporary Art/Studio Art, 2021) to discuss nothingness and how the artist navigates dialogue between the self, between time, and between space.



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If you like his work, please visit his website while surfing the vast and wild internet ⇢ lexygiuscalipart.com

SESSIONS is an online discussion series with 2020 graduates from SFAI’s graduate programs, showcasing the artists and scholars through conversational interviews, artist talks, performances, and more.

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