This exhibition of moving image installations, drawn from the Henry collection, spans a wide range of style and conceptual approaches.
The Henry is excited to welcome Paul Mpagi Sepuya as this year’s Monsen Photography Lecture speaker. This annual lecture brings key makers and thinkers in photographic practice to the Henry. Paul Mpagi Sepuya (b. 1982, San Bernardino, CA) is a Los Angeles-based artist working in photography and Associate Professor in Media Arts at the University of California, San Diego.
The Henry is pleased to present the University of Washington’s School of Art + Art History + Design Master of Fine Arts and Master of Design thesis exhibition.
Pieces are often reconfigured; textiles are made and unmade—undoing the knots as important as reknotting, reweaving to generate new points of connection and relation.
Huanca’s installations encompass painting, sculpture, and live performance, and are characteristically created for, and integrated with, the specific architectural spaces in which they are presented.
His works evoke “the same sense of wonder, awe, and mystery that I find in the endless panorama of the physical world.”
Since their initial work as a performance and video artist, the tracking of the body’s motion through the world has become central to Math’s painting and sculptural practice.
Diana Al-Hadid’s work explores the interplay between the female body and the European art canon; Syrian, Muslim, and immigrant histories and mythologies; and architectural icons and the natural world.
Thomas draws upon the role of media and fairytales in shaping social expectations and her own conception of self.
Created specifically for this public space, her thermodynamic sculptures made from galvanized steel invites participation.