April 21, 2010 by: Dom
From The Bi-College News, Bryn Mawr & Haverford Colleges.
George Hughes, a performance artist known for creating art representing the ubiquity of violence and man, presented a piece which appeared to express the same issues of war, violence, and tragedy. As a part of a three-day residency organized by Ruti Talmor, Haverford anthropology professor and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Hughes performed his brief but intense 15-minute piece “Rites of Blue Impediment” to a full house.
More about George Hughes.