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Opening Lecture for Tauba Auerbach and Yuji Agematsu: Meander

Opening Lecture for Tauba Auerbach and Yuji Agematsu: Meander

Saturday, July 30, 2022

2:00 PM–3:00 PM
Hybrid (In-Person & Virtual)
Curator of Contemporary Projects Robert Wiesenberger presents the opening lecture of the exhibition Tauba Auerbach and Yuji Agematsu: Meander. For Auerbach (b. 1981, San Francisco; lives and works in New York), this twisting, self-avoiding line traces global traditions of ornament as much as physical waveforms and space-filling curves in geometry. For Agematsu (b. 1956, Kanagawa, Japan, lives and works in New York) and his practice of walking, collecting, and archiving, meander implies drift, both his own paths through New York City and those of other people and things. Both artists study the rules that govern flows of matter and energy in the universe, between chaos and order, intuition and analysis, the minute and the massive.

Free. Presented live in the Clark's auditorium and broadcast simultaneously on Zoom. Advance registration for the Zoom transmission is required.

Image: Anthora coffee cup. Photograph by David Reinfurt.