Architecture Adjunct Associate Professor Amanda Williams will be featured in the new Dreams in Jay-Z Minor exhibition at the Blanc Gallery as part of a series of exhibitions for Chicago Artists Month. Williams and fellow Chicago artist Krista Franklin drew on a series of mutually recurring dreams as inspiration for their work.
The exhibit explores notions around dream states, hyper-reality, upward mobility, hopes and aspirations of African Diasporic peoples, black opulence, black excellence, and excess.
Using a variety of mediums, from paintings, handmade paper, print, altered books and collage, Dreams in Jay-Z Minor is a visual metaphorical play of installation, 2D, and 3D works.
October 5, 2012 – December 29, 2012
4445 Martin L. King Dr.
Chicago, IL 60653