Opening Thursday, October 19th, from 6PM - 7PM
DePaul Art Museum presents an in-gallery performance by NIC Kay. The artist will perform an improvisational mashup responding to Senga Nengudi’s sculptures in combination with the sounds of Chicago and their own “screamin limbs.”
NIC Kay is from the Bronx. Currently occupying several liminal spaces. They are a person who makes performances and creates/organizes performative spaces. They are obsessed with the act and process of moving the change of place, production of space, position, and the clarity/meaning gleaned from shifting of perspective. NIC’s current transdisciplinary projects explore movement as a place of reclamation of the body, history and spirituality. NIC Kay is currently a 2017 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence Van Lier Fellow in New York City.