UChicago's Judy Hoffman screens clips from her 30+ years of work, followed by conversation with UChicago historian and filmmaker Tracye Matthews and UChicago film scholar Jacqueline Stewart.
The RICHARD AND MARY L. GRAY CENTER FOR ARTS AND INQUIRY is a forum at the University of Chicago for experimental collaborations between artists and scholars.
As part of the closing of the Smart Museum exhibition Revolution Every Day, Russian poet Kirill Medvedev will perform selections of his work, followed by a discussion with exhibiting artist Cauleen Smith and exhibition curators Robert Bird, Zachary Cahill, and Christina Kiaer.
Trans now, trans how? Join multimedia artist, and recent Gray Center Mellon Fellow (Tell Me the Truth, 2013-14), Chase Joynt in conversation about the current state of trans representation in media, alongside a screening of his latest work.
University of Chicago historian and professor Judith Zeitlin (Department of East Asian Languages & Civilizations), and Beijing based composer Yao Chen collaboratively undertake the creation of an opera, with Yao composing the music, and Zeitlin writing the libretto. Entitled Ghost Village, the opera will be based on a ghost story of the same name that features in Pu Songling’s (1640-1715) masterpiece, Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio.
Curator Dieter Roelstraete and artist and professor Pope.L (University of Chicago) expand upon their collaboration at documenta 14 where Pope.L first presented his Whispering Campaign project (Roelstraete was a documenta 14 curator).
Gray Center Mellon Fellow William Pope.L's exhibtion at the Logan Center reviewed in Chicago Tribune.
"Gray Lab series serves up artistic dialogue to UChicago, local communities"