A MAZE. / Berlin is an international festival focusing on the art and culture of games and playful media.
Month: March 2019
The installation is part of an ongoing practice in which Yeh collects everyday items and faithfully and laboriously recreates them using plain white paper.
Silver will present a retrospective of her multi-decade career, represents a vital contribution to the canon of queer and trans video and performance.
The Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition is the second-longest running juried print and drawing competition in the country.
Eric Crosby, Nora Khan, Carin Kuoni, and Ingrid Schaffner will visit the School of Art as visiting critics for the MFA thesis exhibition.
In “notes towards becoming a spill” Shikeith advances his constructions of “blue spaces” that explore the psychological states of contemporary black men.
“The Game: The Game” is included in “The Art Happens Here: Net Art Anthology,” a survey that retells the history of net art published by Rhizome.
“Resort” and “Quench” are two video works by Professors Johnson and Slavick that frame the global refugee and migration crisis through the lens of the sea.
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