Vertigo Performance Art Series Starts April 22 at the  Waterloo Center for the Arts

Waterloo, IA – The much anticipated Vertigo performance art series is back beginning April 22. This fascinating series expands the traditional definition of art using sound, video and the human body. All performances are at the Waterloo Center for the Arts and free of charge; co-sponored by the University of Northern Iowa Department of Art.

April 22, 7pm
Corbett Fogue ǀ Tacoma, WA ǀ
The Last Supper is an audience-involved performance in three parts by UNI alumnus Corbett Fogue. In response to the early death of his father from a rare incurable lung condition, Fogue focuses on the creation of art objects and experiences as both memento and memento mori. An ingredient list will be available for those with food allergies.

April 29, 7PM
Isaiah Patton ǀ Cedar Falls, IA ǀ
Patton, UNI alumnus and owner of Honey and Vinegar Ltd Co., will present A Seed of Empathy. Patton works in a variety of media including tattooing, photography/videography and performance. In referencing the work, the artist writes, “Cut and sewn from the same universal lashing of experience. My love bares all. The love of my career, my mother, and my sister. This journey you embark on is one of honest experience, intertwined with your perspective. My past that is so far and so close. I am a seed of my mother, a seed of
my family’s tree.”

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