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Artist Stacey L. Kirby
brings The Bureau of Personal Belonging
to UNCG’s campus and to downtown Greensboro to provide a vehicle for a dialogue on citizenship, identity, and human rights through ‘performative interactions’—performances set within artist installations activated by viewer participation. Kirby will create an art installation and immersive performances
at UNCG’s Greensboro Project Space
(GPS) from February 15-26 that utilizes bureaucratic forms, papers, postures, language, and aesthetics to immerse participants in questions around citizenship and civil authority.This event is co-sponsored by the Weatherspoon Art Museum and the Humanities Network and Consortium (HNAC) at UNCG.
Image: Stacey L. Kirby performing in The Bureau of Personal Belonging with community performers at ArtPrize 8 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Photo by Alex Maness