Graduate Alumni > 2020-2021 Mitchell Lecture Series

Moving again
Moving again
kg Gnatowski
November 23, 2020 (4 - 5:15pm)

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Free and open to the public.

Kg is going to talk about all the studios they’ve occupied over the last 40 years leading up to the recent purchase of their forever home studio, bought on 11/03/2020, election day, and moved into on Friday the 13th, 2020.

Kg was born in Poland in 1980 and lives works in Chicago. They teach weaving and studio practice at the art institute of Chicago. Recent solo exhibitions include Queer Forms at the Katherine E. Nash gallery (Minneapolis), Blue Out Of My Mouth at Freerange gallery (Chicago), Changeling at Julius Caesar (Chicago), and Alter at Terrain in (Oak Park, IL). In January 2019 kg hung a solo exhibition, Some Kind Of Duty, of woven works at The DePaul Art Museum that includes a participatory badminton field made in collaboration with artist Betsy Odom. Upcoming shows include I Am I Said at Carthage College. Kg attended The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2017 and The Vermont Studio Center as a fellow in 2018. Their first monograph Some kind Of Duty is available for purchase at The DePaul Art Museum and on amazon.com.

www.karolinagnatowski.com