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Fri February 18, 2011
Kemper ARTcast: "Pattern ID" Artist and Curator
"Pattern ID" curator Ellen Rudolph and artist Willie Cole discuss the relationship of pattern to society and its manifestation in art.
By Drew Bolton
Kansas City, Mo. – "Pattern ID"
January 28-May 8, 2011
According to the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art's website: "Over the last two decades, artists have increasingly turned to pattern and dress as a language with which to communicate who they are and where they come from. The experiences of culture clash, immigration, and multi-ethnicity in our globalized world have driven artists to use this visual language to chart their personal and communal histories."
Produced in collaboration with KCUR 89.3 FM, Kemper ARTcasts is the Kemper Museum's podcast series. This project brings the voices and insights of artists, as well as community and curatorial voices, to a broad range of listeners.
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