New Media Lecture Series- David Brooks, Artist




Humanities Lecture Hall
Each Semester, the New Media Program, School of Film and Media Studies, and the Neuberger Museum of Art co-host a series of lectures by accompanied artists, technologists, and theorists in the field of New Media.

David Brooks was born in 1975 in Brazil, Indiana, and lives and works in New York. Brooks’ work is driven by his interest in the ways in which humans interact with natural and built environments. His work transforms and deconstructs these environments—in 2013 he buried a tractor in the hillside of Storm King Art Center to create A Proverbial Machine in the Garden, and in 2016 he disassembled a combine harvester at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Continuous Service Altered Daily.


School of Film and Media Studies, 914-251-6860