Scott Vincent Campbell x Kirsten Ihns
@ the clouds
Opening Saturday, March 13th, from 12PM - 1PM
the cclouds: rain plan
(Scott Vincent Campbell x Kirsten Ihns)
Saturday March 13 2021, 12-1pm CST (Zoom)
the cclouds (formerly Plexiglas) is a graduate student-organized reading and artist talk series. We seek to facilitate interdisciplinary conversations and sharing of work. The series is sponsored by the University of Chicago English Department, the Humanities Division, and The Gray Center. All events are free and open to the public: please register on Eventbrite to attend. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter for future events and updates (@the_cclouds)
Due to COVID-related difficulties, our originally scheduled duo, Miatta Kawinzi and Nora Treatbaby, is unexpectedly unable to join us this season. However, we will still do the first the cclouds (a rain plan version) on Saturday March 13, 2021, from 12pm-1pmCT on Zoom.
Scott Vincent Campbell and Kirsten Ihns will share their work, and will also present a dialogue-through-objects, constructed collaboratively with each other’s work. The event is free and open to the public.
Scott Vincent Campbell is a visual artist and curator born and raised in New York City. He is currently based in Detroit, MI and Chicago, IL, where he is pursuing his MFA at the University of Chicago. His work has been widely exhibited across the US at institutions such as the Urban Institute for Contemporary Art in Grand Rapids, MI and Ronald Feldman Fine Arts in New York. In 2017 he was the first Ford Curatorial Fellow at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, and prior to beginning his graduate studies, he most recently served as the Artist Liaison for Red Bull Arts Detroit, an artist residency and experimental, non-commercial exhibition space in Detroit’s Eastern Market neighborhood. His website is svcstudio.com
Kirsten Ihns is a poet and researcher from Atlanta, GA. She also makes collaborative films with the artist Brett Swenson. Her first book is sundaey (Propeller Books, 2020). She earned her MFA in poetry from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, where she was a Teaching-Writing Fellow, and she is currently a PhD candidate and Neubauer Presidential Fellow at the University of Chicago, where she studies perceptual rhythms in long-form contemporary poetry and film. Individual poems appear or are forthcoming in Hyperallergic, Fence, jubilat, Bennington Review, The Iowa Review, TAGVVERK, and elsewhere. Her website is kirsten.website
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