Clarissa Chevalier 
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Clarissa Chevalier (she/her) is an art historian, interdisciplinary researcher, and writer. She is currently working towards a PhD in art history at UC San Diego, received an MA in art history from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2020, and a BA in cinema arts and art history from Columbia College Chicago in 2018. Chevalier’s research areas are underpinned broadly by the global environmental crisis and include contemporary science/art collaborations, posthuman feminism, expanded definitions of science, craft mediums with an emphasis on ceramics, and the ecological practices of historically under-recognized artists, including the work of Agnes Denes.  
Email: cchevalier@ucsd.edu
Clarissa Chevalier 

Art + Science History, 
Interdisciplinary Research & Writing 


Conferences


2022
Guest Speaker, "Ceramics, New Technologies, and Posthuman Feminism,” UCSD Design Lab Design@Large Series, Soft Structures in Hard Times. San Diego, CA.

Guest Speaker, "Getting into Grad School: What the Pros Know,” Savannah College of Art and Design, SCADextra series. Savannah, GA.

Presenting Scholar, “Posthuman Feminism: A Technological and Ecological Framework for Contemporary Art,” Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Conference. Puebla, Mexico.

Presenting Scholar, “Posthuman Feminism: A Technological and Ecological Framework for Contemporary Art,” FEMeeting 2022. Evora, Portugal.

2019
Presenting Scholar, “Mapping the Landscape: A Rumination and Exploration of the Historiography of Earth Art,” 24th Annual Graduate Student Symposium in Art History, University of Alabama, Birmingham.

Presenting Scholar, “How the Deconstruction of Binary Opposition Has Shaped the Writing, Work, and Reception of Agnes Denes,” Larry W. Forrest Symposium, Savannah College of Art and Design.  

Presenting Scholar, “At the Intersection of Past and Future: Daniel Buren, Faheem Majeed, and the Realization of Institutional Critique in 2018,” Midwestern Art History Society Annual Conference, Cincinnati, OH.  

2018
Presenting Scholar, “At the Intersection of Past and Future: Daniel Buren, Faheem Majeed, and the Realization of Institutional Critique in 2018,” Manifest Urban Arts Festival Art History Symposium, Columbia College Chicago.