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Congolese Plantation Workers Art League
Jan 29-Mar 27
Creating sculptures with cacao as a primary material, the artists that comprise the CATPC are plantation workers who harvest primary material for international companies


In Practice: Material Deviance
Jan 29-Mar 27
Informed by encounters with the quotidian, unassuming stuff of life and its circulation, the artists included in Material Deviance connect material and bodily processes with social and infrastructural ones


Sam Anderson: The Park
May 01-Jul 31
Sam Anderson is creating a series of newly commissioned sculptures and video work for SculptureCenter's lower level galleries. Shifting scale in her sculptures, Anderson creates compositions with figures and objects that inhabit particular relationships to the site and viewer.


Charlotte Prodger: Subtotal
May 01-Jul 31
Charlotte Prodger's United States debut will feature new and existing works taking on the drive as a storytelling device. Using narration, sound, and moving image, Prodger weaves tales that imbed time and place through her subjectivity.


Teresa Burga: Mano Mal Dibujada
May 01-Jul 31
Teresa Burga has a humorous pop sensibility through which she articulates a critical relationship between femininity and childishness in opposition to historically masculine associations with artistic authorship.


Alejandro Cesarco: Words Like Love: Alphaville, First Scenes
Jun 03-Jul 02
Words Like Love: Alphaville, First Scenes will be a textual interpretation of the opening scene of filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard's Alphaville, an iconic science fiction-noir film that describes a futuristic dystopian society controlled by a supercomputer.