Let Me Be an Object that Screams, on view through 10/21

Curated by Matt Morris, Let Me Be an Object that Screams brings together a range of works by contemporary artists in order to test psychoanalytic concepts of ‘subject-hood’ and the ways a subject’s counterpart, the ‘object,’ has been animated by artistic and exhibition practices. The exhibition proposes subversions to how political and psychic power have been traditionally and consistently distributed in accordance to who is perceived to operate with agency and thought, in contrast to the disinvestment of groups and communities read as “other.” More»

Voices: Gibson + Recoder, 10/24 at 6PM

Join us for an artist talk with New York-based film artists and collaborators since 2000, Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder. Gibson + Recoder unite the rich traditions of experimental film, particularly its structuralist and materialist strands, and the multi-modal sensibility of expanded cinema that emerged in the 1960s. Their larger body of work explores the space between avant-garde film practice and the incorporation of moving images and time-based media into the museum and art gallery.  More»

Voices: Harold Mendez, 11/2 at 6PM

Harold Mendez is a UIC MFA Alumnus and multidisciplinary artist. Mendez is a first-generation American, born to Colombian and Mexican parents, whose work addresses the complexities of belonging as a transnational citizen to reference reconstructions of locality and nationality. More»