A CONVERSATION WITH LEXYGIUS SANCHEZ CALIP
Space and time doesn’t give a f**k.
Welcome to the inaugural post of the newly minted, hopefully biweekly, perhaps never ending, and always interesting: SESSIONS. This is a web-based series of conversations, interviews, artists talks, or performances with members of the SFAI community. We are kicking it off in conjunction with Virtual Vernissage—a two-part event showcasing the work of SFAI’s 2020 class of MFA artists and MA scholars. SESSIONS functions as a generative platform for dialogue and engagement between SFAI and the universe.
For today's installment, we sit down with SFAI alumni Lexygius Sanchez Calip (MA/MFA History and Theory of Contemporary Art/Studio Art, 2021) to discuss nothingness and how the artist navigates dialogue between the self, between time, and between space.
If you like his work, please visit his website while surfing the vast and wild internet ⇢ lexygiuscalipart.com
SESSIONS is an online discussion series with 2020 graduates from SFAI’s graduate programs, showcasing the artists and scholars through conversational interviews, artist talks, performances, and more.