An exhibition which comes and goes as it pleases comes again
November 16 - December 6, 2013
Reception: Saturday, November 16, 7:00-10:00 pm, afterwards the exhibition will be viewable by request only
+Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson's Sound Design for Future Films (2006,08,10), with work by
Katja Aglert, Marc Ganzglass, David Gray, Pierre Huyghe, Christine Rebet, Christopher Seguine, Oskar Aglert, Aideen Barry, Lisa K. Blatt, Kate Gilmore, Klara Hobza, Gabriel Lester, Melik Ohanian, Klaus Schafler, Martí Anson, Marc Joseph Berg, Amy O'Neill, Lucy Raven, Deborah Stratman, and Eve Sussman.
AN EXHIBITION WHICH COMES AND GOES AS IT PLEASES drifts
into view in the gaps between other programs and may hide,
linger, and/or reemerge. It appears often only from a certain
angle like a single frame in a lenticular or the screen of an a.t.m.
It is lithe and unrooted.
Sometimes as objects, sometimes as motion briefly contorted
Sometimes almost mechanically, nearly in lock step with the
operations of a calendar.
Like Kramer in a burst; as a guest with the keys or who knows
the door is unlocked, too familiar to turn away.
The way a painting can alternate between the tensions of
counterpoint and harmonic dependence upon its wall.
Between object and event.
Between enunciation and mute refusal, between language,
music and noise.
Perhaps only when pushed out the door.
Behind documents, traces, stains.
Before it is noticed; passing like the boat of a fellow smuggler at night, lights off, using only the current to pull it along