KaleidoLA Speaker Series 7.0: YORK CHANG, Artist and Lawyer

Trained as both a lawyer and an artist, York Chang makes conceptually driven work which considers how collective action is influenced by ambiguity, disorientation, and propaganda. He employs strategies of collage, décollage, redaction and interlineation as interventions into information systems, often appropriating legal contracts, books, archives, documentary films, and newspapers for use in his projects. He works across media, and has presented performances, created artist books and short plays, and produced paintings, collages and drawings, among other activities. The Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) and the Vincent Price Art Museum (VPAM) recently showed concurrent solo exhibitions of Chang's work. Chang has also exhibited his work at various institutions, galleries, and art fairs in Los Angeles and internationally, including Commonwealth & Council, Greene Exhibitions, Samuel Freeman Gallery, Charlie James Gallery, 18th Street Arts Center, LACE, MAK Center for Art & Architecture, MassMOCA, and Edel Assanti in London. He is a 2014 California Community Foundation Fellowship Grantee.    


KaleidoLA: The Speaker Series of the Department of Art & Art History

*Murphy Recital Hall, 12:15pm-1:15pm

The speaker series provides a context to explore a ‘kaleidoscopic’ range of interdisciplinary and intersecting experiences in the art world.  Drawn primarily from Los Angeles arts professionals, the speaker series features presentations and workshops by a spectrum of emerging and veteran practitioners, as well as, recent alumni from LMU’s art and art history program.  The series is free and open to the university and the public. 

*KaleidoLA: The Speaker Series of the Department of Art & Art History, unless otherwise noted, is on scheduled Fridays, 12:15-1:15pm in Murphy Recital Hall.

Friday, November 8, 2019 at 12:15pm to 1:15pm

Murphy Recital Hall
1955 Ignatian Circle, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA 90045, USA

Event Type

Speakers and Seminars


College of Communication & Fine Arts, Art History, Studio Arts




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