• I am Assistant Professor and artist at California State Polytechnic University Pomona. Equally a contemporary artist and an anthropologist, I am interested in what I consider sweeping questions of human existence.

    I am particularly interested in cities and urban regions, viewed through an approach I think of as post-minimalist, process-driven, spatiotemporal, and surrealist. Surrounded in philosophy and theory, my work presently spans moving and still image and conceptual sculpture. Text and theory spins through all my practices.

    I consider performance a critical medium in my work, like glass or metal, and I deploy the frameworks of space and place to press questions about historical context and contemporary living. Centered in an approach prioritizing my interest in the bizarre, the possibilities of what I might investigate, and what I might make, remain open.

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To download select writings, visit Maya Stovall, Ph.D., Artist/Academic Page