by Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen
Oct 30 - Nov 30, 2017
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Institute for the Humanities Common Room
202 S. Thayer
An installation of new work by U-M alumna Chanel Habsburg-Lothringen whose work addresses the American notion of aspiration, mortality, and persona. Part of the Institute for the Humanities’ Year of Archives and Futures organized in celebration of the U-M Bicentennial.
Chanel Von Habsburg-Lothringen holds an MFA in photography from Cranbrook Academy of Art. From the University of Michigan, she holds a BA in social science and history of art, and is a graduate of the Residential College. Her previous exhibitions include “Conditions,” ltd los angles, and “Seduced & Abandoned," Boyfriends, Chicago, IL. Her films have been screened at the Detroit Independent Film Festival and Royal Albert Hall. She is the recipient of the Toby Devin Lewis Award and the Warren and Margot Coville Scholarship. She was the co-founder of EMBASSY and has curated projects at Los Angeles Museum of Art, Detroit Design Festival, the Mike Kelley Mobile Homestead and Cranbrook Museum of Art.