Los Angeles-based artist Mateo Tannatt uses sculpture as a platform that includes performance, video, photography, and painting, creating landscapes of objects and props that are often brought to life by actors and performers.
Sensoria: Experiments in Time-based Media and Performance presents Cut-up Femme Pop, a screening that highlights feminist perspectives of popular culture using cut-up and collaged aesthetics. The program includes an introduction by artist Hannah Piper Burns, in addition to films and videos by Antonia Kuo/Lily Jue Sheng, Yuan Liu, Alex McQuilkin, Jessica Pavone, Pop Culture Pirate, Kelly Spivey, and Heather Warren-Crow.
Placing the Golden Spike: Landscapes of the Anthropocene explores sites of environmental change, sharply focusing on the profound impact human industry has made transforming Earth’s essential matter.
Experience 3 hours and 6 floors of live music; dance and theatre performances; film screenings; art exhibitions; installations; hands-on activities, demos, and more.
Milwaukee artist Peter J Woods’ solo work resides within its own universe. Pulling equally from the worlds of harsh noise and absurdist theatre, Woods’ performances build a sense of terror and existential dread from simple imagery, muted text and an unpredictable barrage of silence and sound.