"Duet" presents a new installation of video, print and sculptural works by Shir Ende and Max Guy. Ende is a Chicago-based artist and educator. She has screened videos at Nightingale, Comfort Station and Roman Susan, participated in the Center Program at the Hyde Park Art Center and was a 2018-2019 Hatch Resident at the Chicago Artist Coalition. Guy is a multidisciplinary artist who works with paper, video, performance, assemblage and installation. He uses appropriated material and deskilled working methods as a fast, ergonomic way of reflecting the world and filtering it through personal effects. The two have worked collaboratively and individually to consider the ways movement and figure are translated across media and dimensions. In their first exhibition together, "Duet" stages a dance between the pair and their work. Although there is no public reception for this exhibition, a virtual artist talk is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 11. Visit uis.edu/visualarts/gallery or call for more information.

Through Thu., Feb. 25
Mon.-Wed., 12-5 p.m.
University of Illinois Springfield
Visual Arts Gallery
Health and Sciences Building 201

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