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HAUNTING USC: An Installation by Doug Jarvis

Haunting USC is an investigation of human perception in an increasingly virtualized and mediated world. Artist Doug Jarvis will inhabit a physical and psychic site within the USC Fisher Museum of Art.
Doug Jarvis explores the phenomenon of “persistence of personality” as a way of engaging with the potential of the human imaginary. Drawing on his individual and collective projects he will construct an action-based, media collage as a temporary installation within the gallery, culminating in a public discussion on Thursday, March 7 at 3:00 p.m.

Jarvis, a founding member of the avatar performance art group Second Front, and the art collective Noxious Sector, presents an exploration of the potential of existing in the world in a variety of dimensions and forms.

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Presented by the Interdisciplinary Research Group CRCC,  USC Roski School of Fine Arts, and USC Archaeology.