The Art Institute announces the opening of Frances Stark: Intimism, the first comprehensive survey of Stark’s video and digital production. Part of the Art Institute’s focus series, the exhibition is on view from May 21, 2015, through August 30, 2015, in Galleries 182-186 and the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries. For more than two decades, Frances Stark’s art practice has gauged the intersections of her art and her life in a diverse range of interdisciplinary media—from essays, drawings, and iPhone photographs to moving-image work, performances, and PowerPoint presentations. Most broadly, Stark (American, born 1967) focuses on the working life of an artist where it overlaps with the non-working life of an artist, and vice versa. She has garnered acclaim as one of the few contemporary artists to use the tools of digital and culture with both humor and urgency, revealing how either personal

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