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Past Exhibitions

2018
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Resonating with themes of motherhood and community, this exhibition depicts Inuit life in the remote Canadian Arctic as seen through the lens of a single, extraordinary family of artists.

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This exhibition showcases paintings and drawings that relate to the artist's numerous road trips. Chaffee maps locations she often returned to by necessity or choice, organizing both real and invented views as seen through her windshield.

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An opera "performed" by inflatable Christmas lawn decorations in various stages of inflation and deflation. As the various characters rise from the ground and begin to sing they experience their inflation as a kind of coming back to life.

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After examining vectors of oppression down to the quantum scale, Jennifer Moon returns from her adventures of mapping shame and trauma within forms of identification to present a new musical video installation ignited by a rejuvenated commitment to fantasy and magic.

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laub’s latest body of work, which includes handmade ceramics, works on paper, glass blown sculptures, and assemblages, represents fragmented manifestations of loss.

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In addition to their solo exhibitions in the Armory’s Mezzanine Galleries, Jennifer Moon has joined forces with the artist laub to create a magic-infused installation in the stairwell of the Armory celebrating the life, death, and afterlife of Mr. Snuggles.

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