Photo courtesy of Emily Peacock

"die laughing" presents new work by Houston-based artist Emily Peacock. Through photography, video, sculpture, performance, and installation, this exhibition explores humor and levity as coping mechanisms for tragedy. For nearly a decade, Peacock has used comedy to confront essential yet challenging aspects of the human condition.

The exhibition is accompanied by a series of public programs and a limited-edition box set of artist multiples co-designed by the artist and Molly Sherman with an essay by Natalie Zelt, Ph.D., Terra Foundation for American Art Fellow in American Photography at Rijksmuseum.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through January 15.

"die laughing" presents new work by Houston-based artist Emily Peacock. Through photography, video, sculpture, performance, and installation, this exhibition explores humor and levity as coping mechanisms for tragedy. For nearly a decade, Peacock has used comedy to confront essential yet challenging aspects of the human condition.

The exhibition is accompanied by a series of public programs and a limited-edition box set of artist multiples co-designed by the artist and Molly Sherman with an essay by Natalie Zelt, Ph.D., Terra Foundation for American Art Fellow in American Photography at Rijksmuseum.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through January 15.

"die laughing" presents new work by Houston-based artist Emily Peacock. Through photography, video, sculpture, performance, and installation, this exhibition explores humor and levity as coping mechanisms for tragedy. For nearly a decade, Peacock has used comedy to confront essential yet challenging aspects of the human condition.

The exhibition is accompanied by a series of public programs and a limited-edition box set of artist multiples co-designed by the artist and Molly Sherman with an essay by Natalie Zelt, Ph.D., Terra Foundation for American Art Fellow in American Photography at Rijksmuseum.

Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through January 15.

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Lawndale Art Center
4912 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
https://lawndaleartcenter.org/

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