Arthur Liou's ambitious new artwork, House of the Singing Winds, is a multi-channel video installation inspired by the historical Indiana home and studio of painter Theodore Clement Steele. An internationally exhibited video artist who teaches in the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture, and Design, Liou's House of the Singing Winds captures the historic Steele home in stunning, high-definition video throughout the seasons. A voiceover inspired by the writings of Selma Neubacher Steele, T.C. Steele's wife, tell the unsung story of the woman preserved the house and grounds as a memorial site after her husband's passing.
The exhibition is curated by Elliot Reichert, Curator of Contemporary Art.