Dec 15 2016
Panel | Dark Charisma with Amber A’Lee Frost, Daniel Keller and Sean Monahan
Thurs | 7pm
After the 2016 US election cycle, the traditional marketing maxims of honesty, transparency, and positivity have all been disproven. In post-truth times, trolling, information asymmetry, and anger are all equally efficient means of communicating. Please join us as artist and strategist Sean Monahan leads a panel discussion with artist Daniel Keller and writer Amber A’Lee Frost about what these developments mean for organizing and messaging.
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Amber A’Lee Frost is a writer living in Brooklyn. She has an advice column in The Baffler and she recently contributed to the book “False Choices: The Faux Feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton.” She teaches writing at NYU and is a co-host of the podcast Chapo Trap House.
Daniel Keller is an artist and writer born in Detroit and based in Berlin. His work has been exhibited at The New Museum, New York; Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna; Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw; Fridericianum, Kassel; KW, Berlin; and The Zabludowicz Collection, London. He’s given lectures at The Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; DLD Conference, Munich; and CODE_n Festival at ZKM, Karlsruhe; He is a contributor to Texte Zur Kunst, Dis Magazine and Frieze D/E.
Sean Monahan (b. 1986, Homer, AK) is a NY-based artist and strategist. He was a founding member of the trend forecasting group and art collective K-HOLE. His most recent project, What is Evil?, was presented in June 2016 at the Berlin Biennale.