Lecture and exhibition at Maine College of Art

Ian Lynam at MECA

I will be giving a lecture at Maine College of Art on April 6th, 2017 at 12:00pm. The lecture is called “Composition, Labor, Authenticity, Nostalgia, Technology, Art and Design in an Increasingly Indecipherable World”. Event details are here. I will also be exhibiting a new body of work at MECA called “Slouching Toward Delphi”. The exhibition is the third installment of my GODS series of installation works and will be accompanied by the release of a new booklet of writing that explores narrativity and the contemporary condition.

The installation will make a brief reprise at Vermont College of Fine Arts for our April residency, as will free copies of the new booklet and a variation on the lecture that I am going to give at MECA.


The second edition of the Supplement:Tokyo series of lectures—four short talks about the relationship of design, art, fashion, visual culture and writing is coming up.

The Supplement:Tokyo series is brought to you by Temple University Japan.

Bill Daniel
Craig Mod
Tetsuya Goto
Eiko Nagase

Ian Lynam

Date & Time:
March 8, 2017  6:30PM—9:30PM

Temple University Japan, Azabu Hall, The Parliament
http://www.tuj.ac.jp/ | http://www.tuj.ac.jp/maps/tokyo.html

More: http://supplement-tokyo.tumblr.com/


Also, PechaKucha just launched their new iOS app and my talk about lettering in Cuba is one of the first featured presentations.