March 28 - April 22, 2017
The exhibition features work by 9 contemporary artists living and working in the Midwest who explore the relationships between objects, the body, queerness and the domestic space. The included artists work across a range of contemporary art practices including ceramics, performance, quilting, and sculpture and are united by their common interest in permeating established boundaries that divide the personal and political, the private and public, and the functional and artistic object. Challenging the way we inhabit and move through space both physically and conceptually, the works raise questions of access, mobility, and the way our identities shape our experience of place. Artist in the exhibition include Anna Campbell, Paige Carlson, Michael David Franklin, Marc LaPointe, Daniel Luedtke, Rosemary McBride, Emmett Ramstad, Alaura Seidl, and Dustin Yager.
Saturday, April 8, 2017
Reception | 7:00 - 10:00PM | Regis East Lobby
That same evening, join us in celebrating the MFA thesis exhibition, Some Assembly Required, in the Katherine E. Nash Gallery