Mary Ceruti

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PublisherSculpture Center2013
Three characters populate Agnieszka Kurant’s Cutaways, 2013, a short film premiering as part of exformation, the artist’s first exhibition in a United States museum. Played by Dick Miller, Charlotte Rampling, and Abe Vigoda, these characters were found, or more precisely reclaimed, from the cutting room, having been edited out of the final cuts of the feature films for which they were created: Pulp Fiction, Vanishing Point, and The Conversation, respectively. Kurant revives these figures not only by writing a brilliant new script for them but also by casting the original actors: twenty to forty years later, the roles are the ...
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PublisherSculpture Center2014
Liz Glynn’s work is engaged with the relationship between objects and narratives and how these narratives reflect politics and power dynamics. She studies the material cultures of the past to consider the ways in which objects embody, preserve, or challenge values and social systems, and she focuses on material artifacts to emphasize the fragmentary nature of our historical narratives. Thus, sculpture for Glynn is a mode of cultural production that always occurs within a historical, political, and social context. More so than most contemporary sculpture, one is inclined to think of Glynn’s objects as artifacts in the way that they ...
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PublisherSculpture Center2014
SculptureCenter presents new work by four artists, Rossella Biscotti: The Undercover Man, David Douard: )juicy o’f the nest, Radamé “Juni” Figueroa: NAGUABO RAINBOW DAGUAO ENCHUMBAO FANGO FIREFLIES, and Jumana Manna: Menace of Origins, each artist to have a solo project in an U.S. institution for the first time.

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