Articulating Time and Space

Tuesday, October 03Tuesday, October 24
Andrew S. Yang, Stella’s Stoichiometry (all things being equal, 6 lbs., 13 oz.), 2012. Photo by Connor Fenwick, 2017.

Where are we in the universe? Is “now” different from other times in cosmic history? To a degree, physics can answer these questions. Yet, in doing so, it unsettles and upends our everyday intuitions about how time and space work. Articulating Time and Space addresses the ways we personally experience and react to this process of unsettling and upending. Artists included in the exhibition: Jeremy Bolen, Sophia Catania, Christa Donner, Carrie Gundersdorf, Sophia Barr Hayne, Emily Hermant, Dasol Hong, Alea Hughes, May Jernigan, Kyle Bellucci Johanson, Sun Kawazoe, Johanne Aagaard Laache, Yejin Lee, Paola Lopez, Hannah McHugh, Zoe Nyman, Tony Phillips, Judith Raphael, Iryne Roh, Kendall Schauder, Andrew S. Yang, Seldon Yuan and Zhixi Zhang. Articulating Time and Space is curated by faculty Paola Cabal and Kathryn Schaffer with Graduate Curatorial Assistant Duncan Bass (Dual MA 2019)

Exhibition programs: 

Seeing Space: Conversation with an Astrophysicist 

Wednesday, October 11, 3:00 -4:00 p.m.

Sullivan Galleries

The Structure of Spacetime: Closing Reception and Conversation with an Astrophysicist 

Saturday, October 21, 1:30 -3:00 p.m.

Sullivan Galleries