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Melissa Starker, Creative Content & PR Manager
Sep 28, 2020
The galleries are back! Exhibitions are now on view through December 27. We're excited to share with audiences a mix of archived work and world premieres: Aggressive Witness—Active Participant by Gretchen Bender, one of the earliest works commissioned by the Wex; Tomashi Jackson's Love Rollercoaster, a collection of five brand new canvases inspired by voter suppression and disenfranchisement in Ohio; Steve McQueen's rarely seen neon installation Remember Me; and Taryn Simon's Assembled Audience, a sound installation making only its second institutional appearance and made entirely of audio captured at performance venues around Columbus.
Would you like to know more about the artists? We have a beautiful gallery guide on site and we'll be sharing writings about them over the fall (We also have one more show to debut in the lower lobby: Antoni Muntadas and Marshall Reese: Political Advertisement X 1952–2020, coming October 26). In the meantime, below you'll find links to recent interviews with Jackson, McQueen, and Simon; in the case of Bender, who passed away in 2004, there's a talk featuring a representative of her estate, writer and curator Cay Sophie Rabinowitz.
Images at top of page: Gretchen Bender in 1986, photo: © Hans Neleman; Tomashi Jackson in front of Is Anybody Gonna Be Saved? (1948 Middle of Voter Registration Line) (1965 Abernathy and King Watch the Signing of the Act) (2020) and Contradiction (1948 Head of Voter Registration Line) (1965 Clarence Mitchell, Patricia Roberts Harris, and Others Watch the Signing of the Act) (2020), Photo: Joshi Radin Flores; Steve McQueen in conversation, via YouTube; Taryn Simon in conversation, via Vimeo
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