Western Washington University
516 High St, Fine Arts Bldg, FI 116
HOURS: mon-sat 10am-4pm.
To Nov 20
Anida Yoeu Ali: The Red Chador: Genesis I. An installation and performance work investigating the artistic, spiritual, and political collisions of a hybrid transnational identity. In particular, her recent works directly confront the misrepresentation of Muslim women in an era of heightened Islamophobia.
Opening Jan 13
Nancy Holt: Between Heaven and Earth follows the career path that led Holt to Stone Enclosure: Rock Rings, which is part of Western Washington’s Sculpture Collection. Aligning itself with her deep-seated desire to work across professional fields, the trans-disciplinary exhibition addresses not just the complexities of her artwork but her interests in sciences, from geology, biology, ecology, surveying technology to astronomy.
The Red Chador: Genesis I. Anida Yoeu Ali
Knowledge Bennett: Road to Damascus
Close-up: Director Hafthor Yngvason Dreams Big