Enjoy refreshments and conversation as you view Nikita Gale: EASY LISTENING, Kenneth Tam: Details, Maria Antelman: Mechanisms of Affection, Saakred: Sin Nombre, Sin Cuerpo, and Learning Tuscany 2019: In Plato’s Cave.
Los Angeles-based artist Nikita Gale makes work that visually articulates the mechanics of sound and points to the intertwined histories of politics and “the crowd.”
Through video and sculpture, New York-based artist Kenneth Tam questions conceptions of masculinity, gendered forms of identity formation, and male intimacy.
Merging the digital and analog through photomontage, sound installation, sculpture, and animation, New York-based artist Maria Antelman probes the intersections between the body, photography, computers, and cyberspace.
Saakred’s work is raw, interdisciplinary, and deeply personal. Sin Nombre, Sin Cuerpo moves across genres to document and reveal a lexicon for learning to live as a trans Latino.
In Plato’s Cave presents photographs made by UT students during the six-week Learning Tuscany summer study abroad program.View Map