Center for Curatorial Studies Presents
Thursday, December 5, 2019 – Sunday, December 15, 2019
From the Collection: CCS Bard First Year Practicum 2019
CCS Bard Galleries
From the Collection: First Year Practicum 2019 is comprised of four exhibitions each drawn from the Marieluise Hessel Collection. Curated in groups by the fourteen M.A. candidates in the Class of 2021, the exhibitions examine the museum’s collection through themes of migration, race, transformation, and pain.
Extending from the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Reception Atrium to the entry gallery in the CCS Bard Galleries, But the skin of the earth is seamless proposes an approach to global migration that focuses on its generative and creative potential,. In the following gallery, White people are ____asks viewers to consider how whiteness has operated in the respective artist’s practices, and how their identity has been implicated, or not, in discussions of their work. Persons in the Presence of a Metamorphosis includes a diverse range of artistic approaches that grapple with various forms of transformation, emphasizing the importance of remaining receptive to change, difference, and possibility. In the final gallery, the works in throbbing_quivering_pulsing_beating give language to the sensorial dimensions and rhythmic patterns of pain and pleasure in the body.
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or visit https://ccs.bard.edu/museum/exhibitions/540-from-the-collection-first-year-practicum-2019.
Location: CCS Bard Galleries