Monday, October 26
Dulcee Boehm is both an artist and an advocate for contemporary art outside of large cities. Through the use of video, performance and sculptural works, she applies a critical academic lens to rural life. Boehm has exhibited work in a variety of contexts including Roots & Culture in Chicago, Illinois, the Krannert Art Museum in Champaign, Illinois, and an old cattle barn in Grinnell, Iowa.
She also co-founded a nomadic artist residency & exhibition program called Say Uncle, and co-directed a symposium on artist-run projects outside of large metropolitan areas called Beyond Alternatives. Boehm is the co-founder and co-director of a national archiving platform for artist-run spaces called Impractical Spaces and is a Visiting Professor of Studio Art at Grand Valley State University.
During this virtual lecture, Dulcee will discuss her artistic practice in relation to the rural Midwestern United States and ways in which her work is from (not about) that landscape.
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