Jaimie Henthorn, Academic Affairs program manager for digital education and engagement and COLTT conference director, has been named a 2018 fellow of Black Cube, a Denver contemporary art museum.
According to an announcement by Black Cube, “Henthorn uses site-specific performance to disrupt the understanding and experience of architecture. Henthorn has gained permission to create works at iconic sites such as the Bauhaus and the Salk Institute; by doing so her works often reveal under-represented truths of these historic structures. Through choreographed performances that relate to architectural space, Henthorn endeavors to shift perceptions of iconic spaces to foster a more dynamic relationship to all built environments.”
To learn more about Henthorn, visit https://www.jaimiehenthorn.com/