Two Exhibitions and an Interview: MK Guth
January 22, 2018
Associate Professor MK Guth has two exhibitions currently on view. The installation MK Guth: Paying Attention opened recently at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art in Salem. Bonnie Hull wrote about the opening which featured a performance of Choreography for Reading Aloud, with live readings of materials drawn from the Pacific Northwest Artists Archive. Simultaneously at the Elizabeth Leach gallery through January 27 Guth presents Instructions for Drinking with Friend. OPB's April Baer spoke with Guth about the exhibition on a recent State of Wonder (42:09).
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