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NINE LIVES: The Renaissance Society

09/09/2021
NINE LIVES: The Renaissance Society
Marwa Arsanios, Still From Have You Ever Killed A Bear? Or Becoming Jamila, 2013-2014. Courtesy of the artist and Mor Charpentier, Paris
NINE LIVES: The Renaissance Society
NINE LIVES: The Renaissance Society
NINE LIVES: The Renaissance Society
NINE LIVES: The Renaissance Society
NINE LIVES: The Renaissance Society
NINE LIVES: The Renaissance Society
NINE LIVES: The Renaissance Society
A group exhibition at the Renaissance Society, Chicago. Co-curated with Karsten Lund and running from Sep 12-Nov 15, 2020.  You can download the digital catalogue here. Nine Lives takes shape around a set of protagonists, whether real or imagined, past or present, as if this exhibition were a collection of short... +

Candida Alvarez: Here. A Visual Reader

03/23/2020
Candida Alvarez: Here. A Visual Reader
I'm excited that this book on the work of Candida Alvarez is out via the Green Lantern Press! Co-edited by myself and Fulla Abdul-Jabbar with a selection of articles on Alvarez from 1983 to the present; conversations between Alvarez and Dawoud Bey, Kay Rosen, Daniel Schulman, and Rebecca Walker; and newly commissioned texts including a prose response by Elizabeth Alexander as... +

Inner Telescope: Eduardo Kac

10/04/2018
Inner Telescope: Eduardo Kac
Eduardo Kac, Inner Telescope, 2018. Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago. Photo courtesy of artist.
Inner Telescope: Eduardo Kac
Eduardo Kac, Inner Telescope, 2018. Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago. Photo courtesy of artist.
Inner Telescope: Eduardo Kac
Eduardo Kac, Inner Telescope, 2018. Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago. Photo courtesy of artist.
Inner Telescope: Eduardo Kac
Eduardo Kac, Inner Telescope, 2018. Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago. Photo courtesy of artist.
Sep 07-Sep 30, 2018 Co-curated with Fulla Abdul-Jabbar About the show: Inner Telescope is a solo exhibition  by Eduardo Kac (pronounced “Katz”) of an artwork created for the conditions of Outer Space. Central to this show is an abstract form of the same name—an Inner Telescope conceived for zero gravity, having neither top nor bottom, neither front nor back, and which was realized aboard the International Space Station by French astronaut... +