About What's Underneath: Discovering the Unknown in the Artistic Process
Krannert Art Museum 500 E. Peabody Drive Champaign
Choreographer and performance/installation artist Joe Goode has explored the artistic process in both individual and collaborative work. In his latest work at Krannert Art Museum, About What's Underneath, he looks at the pursuit of tranquility or inner peace in artistic experience in the context of American culture that commodifies both peace of mind and art.
"About What?s Underneath" premiers at KAM on October 22. This project at UIUC developed out of the Exhibitions Working Group (EWG), an inter-disciplinary, collaborative group exploring the potential of both the arts and a university art museum on a large research campus.
Sponsored by: Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion
In conjunction with: Department of Dance, Francis P. Rohlen Visiting Artist Fund, College of Fine and Applied Arts, Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities, International Programs and Studies, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Media Narrative Center, School of Art and Design, Women?s Studies Program and The Ford Foundation
Performance/Installation Artist, San Francisco and George A. Miller Visiting Scholar, UIUC