Agnieszka Pilat

Agnieszka Pilat is an award-winning artist whose works can be found in public and private collections in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Born in Poland, Pilat studied painting and illustration at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA. She currently lives and maintains a full-time studio in New York City and is represented by numerous galleries throughout the United States, including Modernism, Inc. in San Francisco.

Pilat has exhibited at the de Young Museum and alongside Poland's Embassy in Washington DC at the Strathmore Center and the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. She has spoken about art history at the Hirshhorn Museum, Stanford University, and the annual Founders Forum in London, and has written on the topic for Artnet. Her current work explores the philosophical underpinnings of modern technology and has involved series at SpaceX, Boston Dynamics, and Waymo.

Pilat's career and work have been covered by The Guardian, New York Magazine, Hyperallergic, The Boston Globe, WIRED, The New York Times, and The New Yorker.

Broadcast 4155 Agnieszka Pilat

Note:  Due to ilness, we have changed our guest for tonight's program. Please be sure to read the bio for our new guest, Agnieszka Pilat.  In addition, our cell phone connection resulted in strained audio.  Our apologies for the less than excellent audio for this important discussion.  Thank you.

Dr. Space

Guest:  Agnieszka Pilat; Topics: Art and technology, SpaceX example, her Boston Dynamics robot pet dog Spot, growing up in communist Poland and its influence on her art, technology and being free, space, technology as the new cathedral and much more.

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