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publicationstudio:

New file folders! Many of the greens are for MOLASSES.

publicationstudio:

New file folders! Many of the greens are for MOLASSES.

aki’s install begins

aki’s install begins

vinyl (c/o jerry)!

vinyl (c/o jerry)!

still from: Gabriel (1976), Agnes Martin, 16mm film

still from: Gabriel (1976), Agnes Martin, 16mm film

still from: Gabriel (1976), Agnes Martin, 16mm film

still from: Gabriel (1976), Agnes Martin, 16mm film

publicationstudio:

Molasses catalog for CCS at Bard College

publicationstudio:

Molasses catalog for CCS at Bard College

publicationstudio:

New file folders! Many of the greens are for MOLASSES.

publicationstudio:

New file folders! Many of the greens are for MOLASSES.

aki’s install begins

aki’s install begins

vinyl (c/o jerry)!

vinyl (c/o jerry)!

publicationstudio:

Books from the future!

publicationstudio:

Books from the future!

still from: Gabriel (1976), Agnes Martin, 16mm film

still from: Gabriel (1976), Agnes Martin, 16mm film

still from: Gabriel (1976), Agnes Martin, 16mm film

still from: Gabriel (1976), Agnes Martin, 16mm film

publicationstudio:

Molasses catalog for CCS at Bard College

publicationstudio:

Molasses catalog for CCS at Bard College

proof!

proof!

About:

AKI SASAMOTO AND AGNES MARTIN
curated by Leora Morinis (in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Curatorial Studies, Bard College)
CCS Bard Galleries, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
29 April – 27 May 2012

Aki Sasamoto begins her piece, “Amoeba vs. My Muscle,” by pestling out mochi in an oversized wooden mortar; Martin’s "Gabriel,"(1976) will be projected on loop nearby.

“A LIKENESS…” takes as its starting point the idea that metaphors lay bare the complexities of contact: that they spotlight the affective and aesthetic dynamics between things, the politics of irreducible yet codependent relationships, and the various desires and forces—not necessarily reciprocal—that bring connections to bear (or stymie them) in the first place.

The exhibition aims to function similarly—contending with the curatorial and interpretive challenges of bringing together two distinct artists’ work, and seeking out the ways in which the resultant relationships incite friction and provoke new capacities (or fail to!) in the space and within each artwork.

attend the event:
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buy the book:
http://www.publicationstudio.biz/books/181

find out more:
www.bard.edu/ccs

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