Coming up in Spring 2018

Beneath the Skin is a “Living Museum” that collects and displays representations of history as it happens rather than archiving and displaying it after the fact, thus subverting the Museum as “an arena where civic behavior in public space is molded according to the ideals of a democratic society” and re-creating it as a space where public behavior molds the ideals of democratic society. The piece is an interdisciplinary art that uses performing bodies, art pieces, stories, narratives, music, and film to engage the audience in discussions of cultural narratives, historical archives, and power in the moment in which these things are being created.