Watch Curtis Talwst Santiago walk us through Can’t I Alter, his site-specific, immersive installation that explores the theme of ancestry and the struggle to access lost and tangled histories.
A collaboration between director Anna Ginsburg, artist Melissa Kitty Jarram, and poet Warsan Shire, UGLY is an animation that dazzles in both its uninterrupted visual flow and powerful rhetoric.
Chhaya Naran, Melange, 2018. 1 minute, 21 seconds. Music by Z/Bernard Szjaner. Courtesy of the artist. In Melange, Chhaya Naran blends digital techniques with hand drawn textures to create a space
Alexa Lim Haas, Agua Viva, 2017. 6 minutes, 46 seconds. Voice by Mengda Zhang. Courtesy of the artist. New York-based animator Alexa Lim Haas uses a fluid, improvisational line to create
The Center for Urban Pedagogy. Making Policy Public 10th Anniversary, 2019. 5 minutes and 45 seconds. Courtesy of The Center for Urban Pedagogy. The Drawing Center’s 2019 Winter Term explores
Catherine Prowse and Hannah Quinn, Laymun, 2017. 4 minutes, 42 seconds. Compositions and sound design by Kalle Jurvanen. Courtesy of the artists. London based director and animator Catherine Prowse and
Brian Bress, 370 Cover, 2015. High definition six-channel video (color), high definition monitors and players, wall mounts, framed, 75 x 75 x 4 inches, TRT 13 minutes, 13 seconds, loop.
On Monday, December 3, 2018, Toyin Ojih Odutola and Zadie Smith convened at The Drawing Center for a conversation about Ojih Odutola’s practice and her work in the exhibition
Noriko Okaku, The Interpreter, 2015. Mixed Media + Video Installation, 6 minutes 29 seconds. Noriko Okaku’s The Interpreter gives life to 22 tarot cards illustrated by the artist during a residency in Derby,
Young Joo Lee, Paradise Limited, 2017. 3-channel loop animation installation, 17 minutes. In Paradise Limited (2017), Young Joo Lee presents the lush wilderness and uneasy tension of the Korean Demilitarized Zone