Exhibition "kNOw Spaces" by Jordan Weber

12:00 PM  - 4:00 PM
Saturday Sep 15, 2018
Gallery, Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center & Gallery

kNOw Spaces is both a sculptural exhibition and programmatic artwork by Jordan Weber which critiques our society’s ability to provide sustainable practices. His works examine agricultural systems, including soil and air cleansing on Superfund sites and sustainable food supplies, to cultural sustainability — which bodies are in a position to sustain themselves, which are resourced to survive, systematically, and which are disadvantaged, structurally. The artist seeks to find collaborative solutions to rebuild towards communal empowerment through new ecologies, devoting spaces, and through spiritual reflection and meditation. 

The opening reception takes place on September 14, from 6—9 pm and will feature a guzheng performance by Jarrelle Barton and free haircuts from Gawolo Irving of Minneapolis.


This event is for: Alumni, Students, Staff, Faculty, Parents and Families and Public

Admission: Free

Sponsored By: Art and Art History

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