Case Studies: Damien Hirst's The Void
During Stanford’s fall quarter 2018, Case Studies will be devoted to Damien Hirst's The Void. This work focuses on issues like life and death, sickness and health, addiction and rehabilitation--themes found in many of Hirst's works.
THIS TALK IN THE SERIES:
Susan Dackerman, John & Jill Freidenrich Director, the Cantor Arts Center
Michelle Mello, professor of Law and of Health Research and Policy
Damien Hirst (England, b. 1965), The Void, 2000. Glass, stainless steel, steel, aluminium, nickel, bismuth and cast resin, coloured plaster and painted pills with dry transfers. Installation view at the Cantor Arts Center. Private Collection. © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. All rights reserved/DACS, London/ARS, NY 2018. Image by Johnna Arnold
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