January 19 – February 22, 2018
Untitled (Combs 2), 2017, 41 x 27, inkjet print. Courtesy of the artist and Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA.
Through diverse modes that include, performance, video, photography, and writing, Jibade-Khalil Huffman uses language, text, and image as a way to tell stories and convey meaning. The artist resists the distillation of his work down to one or two themes, but claims that his work often contains humor and contradiction in order to accurately emulate life’s complexities. Huffman achieves this through an experimentation with and the layering of materials, often projecting continuously looped video onto semi-transparent photographic collage and sculptural elements.
Sky Hopinka, CEAM Artist Residency
Monday, February 12, 2018 @ 6:30pm
Image info: Film still from “Visions From an Island,” 2016. Courtesy of the filmmaker.
Location: Kenan Academic Building, Room 300
In conjunction with the CEAM Artist Residency Program, Sky Hopinka, our Spring 2018 Resident will screen four short films, including “Dislocation Blues” (2017), “Anti-Objects” (2016), “I’ll Remember you as you Were, not What You’ll Become,” (2016) and “Visions of an Island,” (2016). The screening will be followed by a short Q & A.