On View June 7, 2013 – August 11, 2013 Friday, June 7 Opening reception from 5-8pm Artist Talk at 7pm Additional Programming: Thursday, June 27, 7pm Problems of Circumstance: Current Topics of Feminism, a discussion lead by artists Ashley Janke and Ashley Coffey Thursday, July 11, 7pm The Masculinity Cycle Part 1: Houdini, a performance by Nicholas Grider Saturday, July 27, 1-4pm The Masculinity Cycle Part 2: Burden, a performance by Nicholas Grider Thursday, August 8, 7pm In Public, a performance by Kim Miller and Isabelle Krajl, with additional appearances From June 7 – August 11, 2013, ICI will bring Martha Wilson to the University of Milwaukees Institute of Visual Arts (INOVA) and once again be working with past ICI guest curator and INOVA Director Sara Krajewski. Initially curated by Peter Dykhuis, the show embraces Wilsons forty-year career through her complex body of works: conceptually-based performances, videos, photographs, and photo-text compositions. Regarding Wilsons works dealing with fluid identities and self-representation, the INOVA exhibition focuses on the artists experimental practices to examine past and currents attitudes towards feminism, activism, and socially engaged art. This is the fifth venue to host Martha Wilson and to plumb the critical questions posed by her complex body of work. For more information about the exhibition Martha Wilson, please visit the official INOVA website here. Related event: The Personal is Political: Martha Wilson and MKE On View June 8, 2013 – July 14, 2013 Portrait Society Gallery at Third Ward 207 E. Buffalo Street, Fl 5 Marshall Building Milwaukee, WI Saturday, June 8, 6-9pm Opening Reception and Live Performances Tuesday, June 11, and Wednesday, June 12, 6:30-8:30pm Special Dinner Performance Event Parallel to the INOVA Martha Wilson exhibition, the Portrait Society Gallery (Milwaukee, WI) will present the exhibition The Personal is Political: Martha Wilson and MKE, which will open on June 8, 2013. The show brings together Wilsons artworks with Milwaukee artists responding to her influence through their own works, for which they took inspiration from the catalogue published by ICI, Martha Wilson Sourcebook: 40 Years of Reconsidering Performance, Feminism, Alternative Spaces. The show will feature one room of Wilsons recent works (2009 onward) and two rooms of the local artists works. The Portrait Society Gallery exhibition will open on Saturday, June 8, 2013 from 6 to 9 pm, where Wilson and other performance artists will also be present. The dinner event, titled A Delectable Evening of Imperfection with Martha Wilson, has been organized by New York City-based food theorist and artist Ame Gilbert. Each course served during the dinner relates to the work and ideas of Martha Wilson, and is theatrically staged in different rooms of the gallery. 20 seats are available for each night, please visit the official Portrait Society Gallery website to order tickets. For more information about the exhibition The Personal is Political: Martha Wilson and MKE, please visit the official Portrait Society Gallery website here.