September 09, 2016
October 09, 2016
In “Relative Territory,” American intermedia artist Carrie Fucile and Brazilian sculptor Lidia Malynowskyj explore issues of territorial definition through natural materials. Fucile utilizes sound and motion to consider the subject of war and shelter. Malynowskyj questions the concept of “landscape” through clay, plaster, and light. This presentation of their work is a counterpart to the Summer 2016 exhibition, “Territórios Relativos,” held at Casa Contemporânea in São Paulo, Brazil. As such, it forms a bridge between two countries and reveals how all of us are a product of the world’s ever-shifting borders.