Jamie Sneider
Class of 2013
Mating 2012, HD video, 2:12
2012, HD video, 2:12
Boston, Massachusetts Brooklyn, New York
<p>Much of Jamie Sneider&#39;s interdisciplinary work begins from a personal diaristic standpoint, revealing taboos and idiosyncrasies present in daily life. She draws from both pop culture references and personal archives. Sneider&#39;s work explores narratives of family, female sexuality, media culture and social norms. Through sculpture, performance and video, she examines identity within a public space. The content is both autobiographical and analytical of culture, often with a humorous tone.</p>
Jamie Sneider, class of 2013

Upcoming Events and Exhibitions
Thesis Exhibition
Drea Cofield and Gabby Collins-Fernandez
Coming soon in May of 2019. Please check back for location and exact dates.
Free and open to the public

Past Events

Upcoming Lectures
  • 03/12/19
    Katrin Inga Jonsdottir Hjordisardottir and Egill Sæbjörnsson
  • 03/19/19
  • 03/26/19
  • 04/02/19
    Pei Ling Ho, Jiayun Shi, Owen Keogh, Sadia Fakih, William Patterson, Yam Chew Oh, Young Min Koh
  • 04/09/19
    Bayin Jiang, Heming Zhang, Bianca Lott, Ferguson Amo, LeeHo Yu, Jihyun Han, Ridhima Mukim
  • 04/16/19
    Ahree Song, Elizabeth Boyer, Juan Bravo, Latefy Dolley, Megan Wirick, Min Ding
  • 04/23/19
    Hera Kim, Jieun Kim, Markus Holtby, Zitong Zhu, Dana Robinson, Arantxa Rodriguez, Collette Tompkins
  • 04/30/19
    Marianna Peragallo, Michelle Girardello, Oxana Kovalchuk, Shannon Stovall, Wushuang Tong, Zachary Thompson

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