Lecture Theatre, Lower Level
Cost: Free

Join us for an evening conversation between artist Angie Quick and Professor Joel Faflak. They will discuss Quick’s creative practice in relation to her exhibition, make me less evil

Angie Quick is a painter, poet and performance artist based in London, Ontario. Her work explores themes of tenderness, intimacy, and the norms of self-improvement culture. Recent exhibitions include the moonlight made me do it at the McIntosh Gallery (2022) and a life of crime at the Michael Gibson Gallery (2023). 

Joel Faflak is a Professor in the Department of English and Writing Studies at Western University and the Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism. His publishing and teaching interests are British Romantic literature, psychoanalysis and psychiatry, and film musicals. He’s received the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Association Teaching Award and the Edward G. Pleva Award for Teaching Excellence.

This talk is presented in partnership with the Western University Art Now! Speakers’ Series.

Image: Installation view of "Angie Quick: make me less evil" with the artist