Exhibitions

Please join us to celebrate the launch of our
winter exhibitions on Friday 25 January, 6-10pm:

Neil Campbell
wheatfield

Jeremy Shaw
Quantification Trilogy

Upcoming in the Project Space:

Glenna Cardinal
mourning home
4 February – 28 April

 

Currently on view in the Project Space:

Jen Reimer and Magnus Tiesenhausen: A tender proposition to the din

November 5, 2018 - January 27, 2019

Project Space

A tone is a wave, and a wave is just a circle in the format of a line: a circle in eternity, an undulating line in sequence. If a tone is alive, what is the substance of its body, and do our bodies have that substance also? Can a tone be a limb? What would it reach for?

A tender proposition to the din is a moment extracted from a cycle of water storage, distillation, distribution, consumption, transformation. This cycle takes place on a scale and scope far beyond that of our bodies and the human lifetime; it encompasses states of atmospheric haze, glacial movement, the wayward paths of astral bodies. A tender proposition to the din captures an industrialized, infrastructural instance within the cycle.