When the zombie apocalypse goes down, we'll all have to think on our toes—watching our backs as we hit the roads, escaping the ravenous army of undead relentlessly pursuing our cranial tissues. The...More about this event »
Spring 2013 Events
Monica Haller's work involves long-term collaborations with individuals and small groups, most often using photography, video, and writing. Her work explores the way that people grapple, both psych...More about this event »
Originally born in Trinidad and Tobago, and educated in the United States, Todd Ayoung is a visual artist, arts educator, founding member of REPO-history, and was an active member of two other arts...More about this event »
In conjunction with the opening reception of I THINK WE’RE READY TO GO TO THE NEXT SEQUENCE: THE LEGACY OF HALFLIFERS, Jennet Thomas performs her newly created, HALFLIFERS inspired, I AM YOUR ERROR...More about this event »
Covering more than two decades of work, I THINK WE’RE READY TO GO TO THE NEXT SEQUENCE moves beyond the retrospective format to re-examine, interpret, and pay homage to the extensive body of perfor...More about this event »
Jennet Thomas’s SCHOOL OF CHANGE, REDUX is a sci-fi musical set in an alternate reality that satirically reflects our current epoch. Once through the rabbit hole, audience members will w...More about this event »
Duane Linklater is Omaskêko Cree, from Moose Cree First Nation in Northern Ontario and is currently based in North Bay, Ontario. Linklater produces a range of work, including video and film install...More about this event »
Alain Badiou inherited a series of concepts in the late 1960s that manifest a similar sort of argumentative strategy. From Neo-Kantianism, French epistemology, Hegelianism, and structural...More about this event »
Hakan Topal will discuss the development of his art and research practice through a wide range of his projects since the late 90s. Topal’s interdisciplinary approach incorporates research that blur...More about this event »
Join Gallery 400 for the opening reception of Departure, the last in a series of four UIC MFA Thesis Exhibitions in Studio Arts, Photography, Moving Image, and New Media Arts.
Benjamin Keddy ...