Tamar Ettun | Artist Lecture in The California Studio
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Tamar Ettun is a multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She uses sculpture, video and performance to explore shared human experience, most recently focusing on empathy and compassion fatigue. Her work is often grounded in movement-study sculptures created from hand-dyed parachute fabric. Ettun has recently had exhibitions and performances at Pioneer Works, Art Omi Sculpture Garden and PERFORMA. She has received awards and fellowships from The Pollock Krasner Foundation, Chinati Foundation and MacDowell Fellowship. She is also the founder of the artist collective and social engagement project, The Moving Company.
Ettun is a teaching artist in residence in The California Studio: Manetti Shrem Artist Residencies at UC Davis. This lecture was oganized by The California Studio in the Department of Art and Art History. Co-sponsored by the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art.