Hilary Harp and Professor Silver screened Fairy Fantastic! Presents: Friends of Dorothy, a program of short films on difference-affirming, gender creative, and anti-bullying themes.
Month: June 2019
“Punch” features thirty-three artists who examine contemporary culture and society through the lens of figuration.
Beck’s “Pothole Positives” are part of a group exhibition titled “Don’t Touch My Circles,” on view June 29 through August 31.
“Lullaby” is a video installation that explores the relationship between architecture, gender, and ritual within the monumental landscape of Washington DC.
Spitzer led a workshop titled “How to Critique Towards Love,” which grew out of his ongoing research into modes of articulating art making.
Petra Floyd uses drawing, sculpture, writing, printmaking, and performance to meditate on Blackness in the United States and other sites of the African diaspora, focusing on reinvention through inherited and appropriated material culture and performance.
“Stinkhorn” was included in QFest: Houston International LGBT+ Film Festival and the Queer North Film Festival in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.
The grant will be used to develop a new body of visual art that explores global ecology by transforming images of classical and sublime landscapes.
Marianne Hoffmeister Castro’s work focuses on the role of language and fiction in the representation of nature and nonhuman beings. Mostly working with video installations, drawing, and text-based processes, she creates scenarios where estrangement and entanglement between human and nonhuman beings become evident.
Matthew McGaughey’s work explores how cultural products and lived experiences conspire to perpetuate hidden hegemonic social structures. Through bifurcation and distancing, Matthew engineers unsettling situations in which normative cultural images and scenarios reveal themselves as fabrications. His work strives to expose ways in which even our most intimate emotional interactions are deeply informed by scripted motifs.