The Convergence of Media Art and Mindfulness
How can art enhance, deepen, augment and transform the personal experience and understanding of self and others? Learn more about how lecturer and alumnus Jesse Fleming utilizes media, technology, and social practices to create a hybrid form of artistic-mindfulness practice that can exist as artistic gesture, expression, and a utilitarian instrument to explore, develop, and define self and self-transcendence.
About Jesse Fleming MFA ’16
Fleming has exhibited internationally in public spaces, non-profit galleries, commercial galleries, and art institutions including Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, Borusan Contemporary of Istanbul Turkey, National Film Museum of Frankfurt Germany, San Francisco Symphony, Colburn School of Music Los Angeles, University of California at Los Angeles, Hammer Museum Los Angeles, Creative Time New York City, University of Austin Texas, and 356 Mission Road Los Angeles. His work is in the permanent collection of The Whitney Museum of American Art, Borusan Contemporary in Istanbul Turkey, and he was listed as one of the top ten artists of 2014 in Artforum Magazine. As a filmmaker in both New York and Los Angeles, Fleming has directed, edited, and shot numerous projects working with artists such as Sigur Ros, Lykke Li, Explosions In The Sky, David Lynch, Doug Aitken, Matthew Barney, Laura Owens, Cyprien Gaillard, Matthew Richie, Francesco Vezzoli, Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett, The Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Deborah Hay, and for institutions such as The Museum of Modern Art New York City, The Guggenheim New York City, The Getty Center, The Hammer Museum, and MOCA Los Angeles.