Three new installations by Vitus Shell, Terri Jones, & Christopher Reyes
Reception celebrating Walking Eyes, a collaborative exhibition by Kong Wee Pang and Jay Crum.
Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm
A collaborative installation by artists Kong Wee Pang and Jay Crum
A large-scale multi-media installation incorporating audio, video, digital photographs, and tamale leaves created by Memphis artist Richard Lou. The installation is an immersive experience alluding to a ceremonial site where people come to share their stories and personal histories. The piece is informed by stories exchanged through the artist’s family: stories told by the artist’s mother and father, the stories he shared with his children, and the stories retold by his children as their own.
Friday, May 8: Reception, 6 – 8 pm | Live performance at 6:21 pm
Saturday, May 9: Artist talk at 2 pm
Exhibition and performance by emerging Memphis artist Johnathan Payne, whose creative practice encompasses drawing, painting, collage, performance, and installation art.
Displacement: A Deconstructed Sound Journey
MCA graduate student Gil Ngole has installed sculptures and sound pieces in a bus, reflecting the experiences of displacement occurring in his home, the Republic of Congo.