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Kay Rosen: H Is For House

December 2016

Kay Rosen’s text-based works use formalism, linguistics, and humor to reveal content that is hidden within both the structural nature of written language and the ways in which meaning can be generated through the manipulation of text. H Is for House is Rosen’s first solo museum exhibition in the northeast in almost twenty years.

Suzanne McClelland: Just Left Feel Right

December 2016

Just Left Feel Right, is Suzanne McClelland’s first museum survey. Spanning twenty-five years, this exhibition focuses on works from specific periods of her career that share a distinctive commonality, capturing the eruptive and disparate voices of a shifting American vernacular and its rippling effect on the way we communicate in our hyperkinetic time.

Kim Jones:  White Crow

May 2016

Artist Kim Jones will connect nature, culture, and memory through a material- and labor-intensive intervention into the galleries and surrounding landscape of The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. His exhibition, White Crow, is part of the presentation Site Lines: Four Solo Exhibitions Engaging Place.

David Brooks: Continuous Service Altered Daily

May 2016

Continuous Service Altered Daily, a major site-specific installation by David Brooks commissioned by The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, will mark the artist’s first solo museum exhibition. Throughout his practice, Brooks investigates the tenuous relationship between our ecological life and technological industry.

Peter Liversidge: Proposals for The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

May 2016

For his exhibition at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, British artist Peter Liversidge wrote sixty proposals, including performances and physical artworks across a variety of mediums. Twenty-four of these will be presented at the Museum and in the surrounding neighborhood as part of Site Lines: Four Exhibitions Engaging Place.

Virginia Overton

March 2016

A monumental interactive tree swing will be a focal point of The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum’s presentation of the work of Virginia Overton as part of Site Lines: Four Solo Exhibitions Engaging Place . The exhibition, will present Overton’s newly commissioned sculptures within the galleries, on the surrounding campus, and atop the Museum’s roof.