Thursday, February 13
132 West 21st Street, 6th Floor
Free and open to the public
Danielle Jackson will discuss the impact of algorithms on audiences and visual culture. Jackson is a critic, researcher, and arts administrator. As the co-founder and former co-director of the Bronx Documentary Center, a photography gallery and educational space, she helped develop and implement the organization’s mission and programs. Formerly, she ran the Cultural Department at Magnum Photos NY. She has taught at the Museum of Modern Art, International Center of Photography, Parsons, and Stanford in New York; from 2018-2019 she has been a mentor in Magnum Foundation’s Photography and Social Justice Program. She has written about new strategies for the photography industry for the NEA, Artsy, and Re-Picture.
Quijote Talks take place in our library on 21st Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues in Chelsea. Named after our favorite after-lecture hangout, El Quijote in the Chelsea Hotel, and inspired by the knight errant himself, this new series consists of pointed talks and discussions about relevant pasts and possible futures. See our full lecture series archive here.