Museums of Future Past Times Present: Hatorade Retrograde
December 2020 – March 2021
An exhibition and live performance event by Lise Haller Baggesen.
Combining countercultural history of the late 1960s, science fiction, and camp, the central story imagines resistance to a future dystopia impacted by cataclysmic climate change and an oppressive technocracy. Set in the toxic outskirts of a domed city, the characters of HATORADE RETROGRADE: THE MUSICAL struggle to survive and understand the world they live in. The immersive soundtrack features an avery r young-composed score, which draws heavily on funk and psychedelic music of the late 1960s. Visitors to the exhibition will experience the narrative and musical audio over “silent disco” headphones.
POSTPONED: Intimate Matter
The School of Art & Art History at the University of Illinois at Chicago is excited to announce our 2020 MFA Thesis Exhibitions. Please join us for our first MFA exhibition: Intimate Matter. Featuring artists: Sabrina Huchthausen; Spencer Hutchinson; Ej Nussbaum. Curated by Onyx Montes
POSTPONED: All the space in between
The School of Art & Art History at the University of Illinois at Chicago is excited to announce our 2020 MFA Thesis Exhibitions. Please join us for our second MFA exhibition: All the space in between. Featuring artists: Maggie Hubbard; Larsen Husby; Eileen Mueller; Paige Taul. Curated by Onyx Montes