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Meg T. Noe

Featuring works by the Albany Park Theater Project, Tania Bruguera, Díaz Lewis, and Jenny Polak, "Soul Asylum" gives voice to the immigration justice movement, curated in partnership with Human Rights Watch
Featuring works by the Albany Park Theater Project, Tania Bruguera, Díaz Lewis, and Jenny Polak, "Soul Asylum" gives voice to the immigration justice movement, curated in partnership with Human Rights Watch

Meg T. Noe is an interdisciplinary artist and curator.

Her curatorial practice studies aesthetics and politics. Through her work as the Exhibitions and Programming Director at Weinberg/Newton Gallery (Chicago, IL), Meg curates exhibitions focused on issues of social justice in partnership with nonprofit organizations. In two years, she organized seven exhibitions with programming for international and grassroots organizations, including “Soul Asylum” for Human Rights Watch, and “Try Youth As Youth” for the ACLU of Illinois.

Meg also likes dark things. Her artworks express a fascination with morbidity, the material of memorialization and ritual, and celebrations of the macabre under late capitalism. She received a BA in Photography from Columbia College of Chicago in 2013.
 

 
Resident year: 
2016-2017
Cohort Group: 
Curatorial Resident