ARTH 211 Field Trip to Albright Knox Northland

Assistant Professor James Hansen travelled with some of his ARTH 211 Art in Our Time course to Buffalo where they visited the "Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art" exhibition at the Albright Knox Northland. Organized by Paul Vanouse and Tina Rivers Ryan, Difference Machines addresses the complex relationship between the technologies we use and the identities we inhabit.

ARTH 211 is a required course for all SOAD sophomores and typically includes a day trip (such as this) to a nearby museum.

For more information on the exhibition, go to

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