"Living with Myself is spirited, thin as air, and uncanny—ready to haunt or strike fancy. Vignettes that are inviting and safe as well as lazy and bored portray the allures and the threats of domesticity. Moods, fears, mystery, sensations, monotony, accumulation and change are given bodies in objects and movement. There is a sense of balance that is on the verge of being lost as joints are precarious and elements within the pieces are codependent—everything has a place for now. Eventually the absurd attempt to manifest shapeless experience or formless sensations will fail, but something energetic and visual remains." —Lisa Walcott
Saturday, November 07, 2015
UICA Member Preview: 6 – 7 pm
Open to the Public: 7 – 9 pm
UICA Members Free
Join UICA for the opening reception of Coming Home: Living with Myself by Lisa Walcott on November 07, 2015. Enjoy refreshments and small bites and remarks by Heather Duffy, UICA Exhibitions Curator.
This exhibition is presented with support from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.