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Blaffer: Sergio Prego Roundtable

Thursday, January 18, 2018

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

A gallery tour of Sergio Prego's "Rose-colored Drift/To the Students" at Blaffer Art Museum, moderated by Javier Sanchez Martinez and featuring Patrick Peters, professor and coordinator of the Graduate Design/Build Studio, Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture; Michael Gonzalez, Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture; and Katherine Veneman, Blaffer's curator of education.

Exhibition on view through January 27, 2018

About the Artist
The New York-based artist Sergio Prego creates unfamiliar perceptual and spatial situations in order to examine contemporary realms of experience. Prego takes inspiration from the performative or experiential turn of the 1960s — that is, the idea that meaning is made of and stems from the viewer’s embodied experience. His sculptural devices specifically created for the galleries, including inflatable structures, transform the pre-existing spatial and discursive context of the art institution so as to shape experiences beyond our conventional matrix of attitudes, habits and beliefs. “Rose-colored Drift/To the Students is his first US museum exhibition in a decade and consists of sculptures, works on paper and videos.

The exhibition is curated by Javier Sanchez Martinez, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Curatorial Fellow at Blaffer Art Museum. More information at

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