The LeRoy Neiman Center, 37 S. Wabash Ave.
Tuesday, March 26, 4:30 p.m.
Caitlin Cherry's (BFA 2010) work explores defacement through painting and sculpture. Her muse is often a googly-eyed anthropomorphic golem that acts as a chameleon, changing color, gender, and purpose in relation to its environment. The golem is victim and perpetrator as it tries to exist within a post-human world. Cherry's work also explores American culture and global empires. Cherry is the recipient of Yale University's Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship, and has exhibited her work nationally, most recently in the Studio Museum of Harlem's Fore exhibition.