Several cameras that appear to be futuristic are poised to look straight on a the viewer

knowledges

Sam and Connie Perkins Central Court, 317; Dolph Simons Family Gallery, 316; Estelle S. and Robert A. Long Ellis Foundation Gallery, 315

The exhibition knowledges suggests that the act of knowing can take many forms. Through site-specific commissions and scholarly research, knowledges will provide a space for artists to spark insightful conversations with audiences from diverse backgrounds. Artists Assaf Evron, Danielle Roney, Fatimah Tuggar, and Andrew Yang will be in residence at the Spencer Museum to install works of art that examine topics such as the visual representation of data, immigration, social histories, and the natural sciences, respectively. Public programming, a publication, and a colloquium supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded through the Integrated Arts Research Initiative (IARI) will accompany the exhibition. Additional support comes from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Linda Inman Bailey Exhibitions Fund, and the KU Research Investment Council.