Lunch, look and listen program at Locust Projects featuring complimentary Harry's Pizza.
Whitney Humphrey's work seeks not to offer answers or solutions, but to instead inspire a dialogue about objects and their gendered associations to each other through re-imagined culturally-constructed relationships. Join us for a closer look and conversation on the layers of influence impacting Humphreys' practice. Following the talk will be an intimate screening inside the installation space of Desk Set, the 1957 Hepburn/Tracy screwball comedy steeped in a timely critique of traditional relationships between machines, service, information, and gender. The film accompanies both the installation and discussion as a platform for addressing structures of control and means of transmission.
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