Art and Technology Studies Remote Talks - Wanbli Gamache

Wednesday, October 28, 12:00 p.m.1:30 p.m.

Wanbli Gamache (b.1989) is a Chicago based new media performance artist. She uses video, performance, and New Media formats to dematerialize dynamics of spectacle and intimacy through eroticized mediation of the body. In ritualized actions, Gamache addresses consumption and voyeurism through forms of reconstruction of her body. She is an alumni of The School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Film, Video, New Media, and Animation Department and currently lives and works in Chicago. Gamache has exhibited work at Links Hall (Chicago, IL), Sullivan Galleries, Zhou B Art Center, and ACRE Gallery (Chicago, IL); the Supernova Digital Animation Festival in Denver, Colorado, and MANA Contemporary New Media Artist-in-residence.


Between Two Faces ( An Artist Talk with Wanbli Gamache)

Moderated by Xuanxi Ge and Leslie Zeng

Wanbli will be talking about her recent projects in self rematerialization, the individual corpocracy, and the fetishization of her body in the media. She will be speaking through her development as an artist and where she works to utilize her different resources for an increased understanding of gender, sexuality, and the cyberpunk dystopian future we are living.