About The Gluttony of Light

Note: This event will take place in the Bryan Room in the Indiana Memorial Union.

The Gluttony of Light will survey sources of light that have long fixated artist Dani Lamorte: the glare of a sequin, the burn of a projector, the shine of a leaf, the fade of a photograph. Drawing on Lamorte’s forthcoming collection of essays, The Gluttony of Light tracks these brilliances as they refract through queerness, plants, photography, forgetting, and the rural landscapes of northernmost Appalachia.

Dani Lamorte is a Pittsburgh-based artist working in performance, video, photography, and text. Dani has exhibited  work and performed at the Miller Institute for Contemporary Art (Pittsburgh), Human Resources (Los Angeles),  Whippersnapper Gallery (Toronto), and University of Arizona Museum of Art (Tucson), among other venues. Dani’s first collection of essays, Nothing to See, is forthcoming from University of Kentucky Press.

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