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Artists and Exhibitions

 

Workers in Progress - exhibition by Anthony Adcock

“Workers in Progress” is a collection of thoughts and moments generated at the intersection of blue-collar construction and contemporary art. Viewers will encounter job-site inspired trompe l’oeil paintings, sculptures, and installations which function as a conceptual bridge that explores the relationship between labor and value.

 

This exhibition is open in the Main Gallery at Memorial Union from September 30, 2022 - November 11, 2022.

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Workers in Progress - exhibition by Anthony Adcock

Skin Deep(er): An Intentional Exchange - exhibition by Serendipity Stage

Twelve lunar cycles, twelve meetings of minds. Every New Moon, a practice of symbolic representation diving into the cyclical nature of change. And in exchange, an offering given - one of equal value to the change desired and the ink that embodied it. These are their marks. These are their stories.

 

This exhibition is open in the Class of 1925 Gallery at Memorial Union from September 30, 2022 - November 11, 2022.

 

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Skin Deep(er): An Intentional Exchange - exhibition by Serendipity Stage

how to breathe at a shopping mall - exhibition by Anton Auth and Sarah Grose

How to breathe at a shopping mall contains an ongoing collection of indoor plants propagated from Chicagoland retail spaces, along with a series of accompanying artworks in the gallery by artists Anton Auth and Sara Grose. This project draws on the artists’ interests towards the poetics of human presence, plant provenance and the retail apocalypse.

 

This exhibition is open in Gallery 1308 at Union South from September 30, 2022 - November 4, 2022.

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how to breathe at a shopping mall - exhibition by Anton Auth and Sarah Grose
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