Lecturer
(858) 822-5307
tstone@ucsd.edu
Office/Studio
VAF 511

Biography

Trish Stone is a new media artist, whose conceptual art projects deal with issues of surveillance and intimacy. Her project Things I Never Say in which she used publicly accessible webcams in San Diego as a platform for performance, was exhibited in 2011 at Art Produce Gallery, along with an Outdoor Video Screening, curated along the theme of performance in public space. Selected exhibitions include: Oceanside Museum of Art, Angels Gate Cultural Center in Los Angeles, Works San Jose, California Museum of Photography at UC Riverside, 21Grand in Oakland, and Southern Exposure in San Francisco, CA. Trish Stone holds an MFA (2003) from California College of Arts and Crafts. She continues her interactive, interruptive, interventionist art practice in San Diego, where she serves as ARQiVE Curator, gallery@calit2 Principle Investigator, IDEAS Performance Series and Composer in Residence Production Coordinator for Qualcomm Institute, Calit2, UC San Diego. Trish Stone also serves as Lecturer in the Visual Arts department at UC San Diego, teaching classes in the Media and ICAM areas.

Artwork Images

Patricia (Trish) Stone