I Work From Home, Michelle Grabner’s first comprehensive solo museum exhibition, presents her artwork as part of a varied and committed practice that also encompasses critical writing and curating. While these activities are typically separated, and placed in hierarchy, Grabner models a productively holistic approach to creative work. All of Grabner’s activities are driven by distinctive values and ideas: working outside of dominant systems, working tirelessly, working across platforms and towards community.
Karl Haendel, Michael Smith, Amanda Ross-Ho, Jessica Jackson Hutchins
Jeffry Chiplis, Dana Depew, Elizabeth Emery, and Jenniffer Omaitz
Everything All At Once features four Cleveland-based artists who make sense of the world through restructuring and assembling found materials. These common things—picked up, repainted, repaired, or completely transformed—navigate between the ordered space of the museum and the material jumble of the outside world.
Light from the sun takes 8.3 minutes to reach the Earth. Light from the stars of distant galaxies can travel for thousands of years before we see it. When we look up at the sky, we are looking back in time.
In addition to their solo art practices, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller have collaborated on a number of projects that investigate perception and immersive environments. The Paradise Institute is one of their most ambitious and complex works to date, exploring the psychological effects of cinema.