In Case Studies 4: Hilliary Gabryel – Side Sleeper, Gabryel explores themes of consumer culture, resale markets, the American Dream, and gender. The artist transforms vacuum-formed headboards and vanity mirrors popularized by Franco Cozzo, an Italian-Australian salesman whose bedroom sets were often given female names.
Sound Booth is a new series of sound installations outside the entrance to the George Segal Gallery. Brian Oakes will be the first artist in this series, bringing together sculpture, sound, and lighting to create an immersive environment for deep listening.
i forget myself, with you by Native Art Department International (NADI), a collaborative long-term project created and administered by artists Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan, illuminates NADI’s commitment to collaboration, mutual respect, and shared understandings of consent that form a framework for navigating the complexities of creative decision-making when working together. The exhibition includes new commissions and recent work including painting, prints, video, and installation.
- The Backend
- Caroline Garcia’s Dancing on Axes and Spears
- Nothing Under Heaven by Joseph Liatela
- Ajamu Kojo’s Black Wall Street: A Case for Reparations
- Tech/Know/Future/ From Slang to Structure