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The panel will include the artist and members of the Stanford Medical School

March 7, 2019 at 5:00pm reception, 6:15 panel discussion, FREE

 

The opening exhibition reception for the work of Kerry Tribe, followed by a panel discussion on Kerry Tribe’s 2017 film video installation, Standardized Patient, takes place on Thursday, March 7. A reception will precede the panel, beginning at 5pm, followed by the panel at 6:15pm.

It will feature Kerry Tribe, artist, filmmaker and visiting Lecturer through the Presidential Residencies on the Future of the Arts (hosted by Stanford Arts Institute) as well as:

  • Dr. Maren Monsen, Filmmaker in Residence, Medicine and the Muse, Center for Biomedical Ethics
  • Bronwyn Scott, a second year student who works with Standardized Patients
  • Karen Thomson Hall, the Director of the Standardized Patient Program
  • Moderated by Peggy Phelan, the Denning Family Director of Stanford Arts Institute and Professor of Theater & Performance Studies and of English.

This event coincides with the exhibition, Kerry Tribe on view

February 28 – July 29, 2019.

 

Image: Kerry Tribe, Standardized Patient, 2017, two-channel HD video projection, color, with sound, 17:30 min. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, gift of the artist, 2018. Commissioned by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.