October 20, 2009 by: Dom
Ricardo Miranda Zuniga spoke on October 19, 2009, as part of the Visual Studies Speaker Series.
Ricardo Miranda Zuniga approaches art as a social practice that establishes dialogue in public spaces. Themes such as immigration, discrimination, gentrification and the effects of globalization extend from highly subjective experiences and observations into works that tactfully engage others through populist metaphors while maintaining critical perspectives. Ricardo’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally at venues such as Madison Museum of Contemporary Art; Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Mexico City; The National Center for Contemporary Art, St. Petersburg; The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NYC. He is an Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies at CUNY Hunter.