For her International Artist-in-Residence Community Collaboration, Nao Bustamante invites the public to join her for a discussion on women’s health and the troubled history of the design of the speculum (a medical instrument used to investigate body orifices). Attendees will create their own clay speculum redesign prototypes that may be featured in Bustamante’s residency exhibition.
Nao Bustamante is an Internationally renowned artist, residing in Los Angeles, California. Bustamante’s precarious work encompasses performance art, video installation, filmmaking, sculpture and writing. Currently she holds the position of Professor of Art at the USC Roski School of Art and Design. To follow her art journey at Artpace follow her IG account @naobustamante.
Free and open to the public, Community Collaborations offer an opportunity to connect with artists while in residence at Artpace. Community Collaborations may range from workshops or lectures to studio visits, film or performance nights. Space is limited, registration is required.