Curator: Nora Razian
This exhibition presents six artists who seek to de-stabilize socially constructed approaches to both the human body and those other-than-human bodies that exist in and around it. Through video installations, sculpture, painting, and forensic documentation and imaging, the works presented aim to de-center the primacy of the human subject in relation to ecological thought and open up to exploring the entanglement of material and other-than-human social and political histories with our own. How can we read our history as one that is created by and with ‘others’, the other-than, or the more-than human? What is at stake in re-thinking the human, not as a singular liberal subject, but as an environment inseparable from other-than-human existences?
Curator’s tour by Nora Razian
Friday, October 18th, 2019 | 5:00pm and Monday, October 21st, 2019 | 12:00pm
This event is part of Home Works 8: A Forum on Cultural Practices.