This fall, the Faculty of the Artwork Institute of Chicago’s SAIC Galleries reveals the primary main survey of up to date artist Jacolby Satterwhite. Jacolby Satterwhite: Spirits Roaming on the Earth maps a holistic view of the artist’s multidisciplinary and visionary observe, bringing collectively a variety of works from the previous 13 years. The exhibition is open by means of December 2.
Satterwhite is finest recognized for his fantastical, layered, and exuberant world constructing realized by means of video, efficiency, 3D animation, digital actuality, portray, sculpture, prints, and music. Drawing on his lexicon that’s knowledgeable by mythology, video gaming, and dance; in addition to his personal queer, Black perspective; he interweaves artwork historic motifs with up to date visible tradition to create Afrofuturistic universes supposed to function escapist areas of freedom and need.
The exhibition, curated by SAIC alum Elizabeth Chodos (Twin MA 2008), first premiered on the Miller Institute for Modern Artwork at Carnegie Mellon College in 2021. Since then, it has additionally traveled to the Modern Artwork Museum St. Louis. This iteration at SAIC Galleries will function a number of items by Satterwhite not included within the earlier exhibitions.
On November 14 Satterwhite shall be in dialog with Jada-Amina (BFA 2018), artist and lead curator of the Black Harvest Movie Competition at SAIC’s Gene Siskel Movie Middle, as a part of SAIC’s Visiting Artists Program and Conversations on the Edge. Learn more.
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