Lilli Kayes: Brown Bag Lunch Series – Wed October 21, 12:15 – 1pm


Brown Bag Lunch Series
Wednesdays from 12:15- 1:00pm
623 S Wabash, Room 804 A

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This week’s Brown Bag Lecture is by Lilli Kayes, MFA candidate, Interdisciplinary Arts + Media (2016)

“Water is the lifeblood of this planet as well as the nourishing entity of my body of work. Lake Michigan chokes on pollutants, it’s waters sick from agricultural runoff, failing sewer systems, invasive species, algae blooms, and plastispheres. I create sculptural installations that investigate these sicknesses that corrupt the delicate capillaries of the lake’s ecosystem. Utilizing 3D printing, as well as responsive software such as Max Msp I create art experiences consisting of water, video, and sound samples from Lake Michigan.”- Lilli Kayes

The Brown Bag lecture series consists of informal talks by students, staff, and faculty in the Art + Art History and Design Departmenst regarding their professional and creative practices. Snacks will be provided but feel free to bring your lunch. All are welcome!