Please join us for a conversation between Liz Glynn and Travis Diehl on the final day of Glynn's first solo exhibition at the gallery Emotional Capital.
Free and open to the public. Parking is available in the north and south parking lots adjacent to the building.
About the participants
Liz Glynn (b. 1981) lives and works in Los Angeles. She received an MFA from CalArts in 2008 and a BA in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University in 2003. Her major permanent installation, Terra Techne, recently opened to the public in the newly remodeled Harvey Milk Terminal at the San Francisco International Airport. Glynn’s recent solo exhibitions include The Archaeology of Another Possible Future, Mass MOCA, 2017; Open House, Doris C. Freedman Plaza, The Public Art Fund, New York, 2017 (travel; led to Boston in 2018); The Myth of Singularity, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2015; and RANSOM ROOM, SculptureCenter, Long Island City, 2014. Recent group exhibitions include Fiction, Bold Tendencies, London, 2019; Sculpture Milwaukee, 2018; Manifesto: A moderate proposal, Pitzer College Art Galleries, Claremont, 2018; and Objects Like Us, the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, 2018. Her work is in the collections of the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; the Foundation Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Italy; The Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, CA; and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA.
Travis Diehl is a writer, editor, and freelance critic. He has lived in Los Angeles since 2009. He holds an MFA in Writing and Photo/Media from the California Institute of the Arts. Diehl is a regular contributor to Frieze, Art-Agenda, Art in America, X-TRA, and Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles, and has contributed to Artforum, Aperture, The Los Angeles Review of Books, e-flux journal, Art Papers, Affidavit, East of Borneo, WAX, Objektiv, The Brooklyn Rail, Kaleidoscope, CURA, The Guardian, Salon, and Garage/VICE, among others. He is currently Online Editor at X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly. He has been a writer in residence at the Main Museum in Los Angeles, Critic in Residence at Otis College of Art and Design, and a visiting artist at the California Institute of the Arts. He is a recipient of the Creative Capital / Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant (2013) and a Rabkin Prize in Visual Arts Journalism (2018).