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2020–21 CAMHLAB Artists-in-Residence

2020–21 CAMHLAB Artists-in-Residence

Launched immediately following CAMH’s interior renovations in Fall 2020, CAMHLAB was established in response to the effects of COVID-19 on artists in Houston, particularly the loss of performance and rehearsal space. Each artist-in-residence’s process was presented through limited audience performances, livestreams, and onsite exterior projects.

Tobe Nwigwe | Mintxhibition

October 24–November 8, 2020

A visual wonderland as the set design of the artist’s “Wildlings” music video filmed entirely within the Museum.

Hope Stone Dance

November 9–15, 2020

Renowned Houston-based collective use the Museum as a safe space for rehearsals for their virtual programs and performances.

Frewuhn | Soundlab

November 16–22, 2020

A series of performance installations and experiments with collaborators, cultural producers, and thinkers tinkering with the notion of protest.

Marlon Hall | Community Amnesia Therapy

November 30–December 3, 2020

A series of healing experiences orchestrated and delivered through the multisensory use of film, music, art installations, and more.

Preston Gaines and Mich Stevenson | NURTURE

May 13–August 8, 2021

An immersive installation offering a respite of reflection and contemplation where guests can allow themselves to be nurtured by nature.

Julia Sinelnikova | Crystal Veil

September 23–29, 2021

A presentation of new works, an immersive installation, and public engagements featuring hand-cut crystalline resin sculptures and silver hanging elements.