Evidence (of a life lived)

An old child’s bank, in the guise of a safe, contains documentation and evidence of a life lived. Can the viewer find meaning from this anonymous archive of images and information to understand the time in which they were saved, from what place, and for what purpose?

Reinterpreting Nancy Ford Cones

Reinterpreting Nancy Ford Cones pairs her pictorialist photographs alongside smartphone photos submitted via social media that reinterpret her images.

Life: Gillian Wearing

World premiere of lens-based works by renowned British conceptual artist Gillian Wearing, exploring themes of identity, interior experience, and self-exposure.

Domus Oculi

Domus Oculi is a contemporary camera obscura viewing room—a freestanding structure using repurposed lenses from antiquated visual technologies to create a transitory archive.

Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston

The Columbus Museum of Art presents an installation of Isaac Julien’s landmark 1989 film Looking for Langston alongside a selection of related photographic works.

Paris to New York: Photographs by Eugène Atget and Berenice Abbott

Paris to New York: Photographs by Eugène Atget and Berenice Abbott explores the encounter between American photographer Berenice Abbott (1898–1991) and French photographer Eugène Atget (1857–1927) during the 1920s—an encounter that would have profound and lasting effects on the careers and legacies of both artists.

INTERMEDIO: In Place of Forgetting

In Place of Forgetting is an interactive multi-channel audio-visual installation exploring the contemporary overabundance of memory and its impact on the quality of the experiences we attempt to remember.

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