Josephine Meckseper

Belknap Visiting Fellow in the Humanities Council and Department of Art & Archaeology

Josephine Meckseper is known for large-scale vitrine installations and films that meld the aesthetic language of twentieth-century modernism with her own imagery of historical undercurrents. Her works, encompassing sculpture, painting, photography and film, simultaneously expose and encase cultural signifiers and everyday objects to form an investigation into the collective unconscious of our time.

See full bio on the Humanities Council website.

Meckseper will be co-teaching HUM 434: Counterworlds: Innovation and Rupture in Communities of Artistic Practice with Brigid Doherty in the Fall of 2022.

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