The performance celebrates Ondrizek’s artwork, which is composed of human cell and DNA test images and created in collaboration with geneticists. This exhibition is part of a larger simultaneous collaboration with presentations at Space Center Houston and Florida International University’s Miami Beach Urban Studios. The artist’s work has been widely shown in museums and galleries, been reviewed in well-known art publications, and sold in limited editions to raise funds for cancer research.
Founded by Dominic Walsh in 2002, the Dominic Walsh Dance Theater takes techniques of classical ballet into diverse and inventive territory. The dance company was recently named “Best Dance Company” by Houston Press.
For more information about the event, call UH-Clear Lake Art Gallery Coordinator of Audience Development Jeffrey Bowen at 281-283-3376, or e-mail Bowen@uhcl.edu.
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