In the Deep Silence of Midnight
|When||15 Nov 2019 - 13 Dec 2019|
201 46th Street 4th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11220
In Cixin Liu’s acclaimed first contact novel The Three-Body Problem, a lonely alien “listener” — tasked with monitoring the universe’s noise for signals of life — receives his planet’s first interstellar transmission from Earth. Out of the deep silence of an ineffable midnight, this instance of transference intimately entangles two disparate histories in unfathomable ways. Taking this passage as a point of departure, In the Deep Silence of Midnight wonders about the otherworldly possibilities of art to act as a material and conceptual conduit for energy and experience.
Owen Duffy is the Director of the Yeh Art Gallery at St. John’s University, Queens. He earned his Ph.D. from Virginia Commonwealth University, and has published his writing with Artforum, Momus, Bomb, ArtReview, among others outlets.
Beatrice Modisett earned her MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2016, and a BFA from Monserrat College of Art in 2007. Her solo exhibition, Consistency of the Temporal, opened at Eastern Connecticut State University in September 2019. She has exhibited her work at the Queens Museum, Present Company, DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, the Anderson Gallery, among other venues. She was recently awarded a visual arts grant from the Cafe Royal Cultural Foundation.
Myeongsoo Kim was born in Korea in 1980, and earned his MFA from Yale School of Art, and his BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. His work has been exhibited across the United States, including shows at SculptureCenter, Still House, Present Company, Bodega (Philadelphia), Jack Chiles, and recently, a solo show at Roomservice Gallery in Brooklyn.
Nickolaus Typaldos has exhibited and performed at venues including Essex Flowers, Marvin Gardens, David Zwirner, Regina Rex, Shoot the Lobster, Baxter St./CCNY, and Andrew Edlin in New York City, The Underground Museum in Los Angeles, Praz-Delavallade in Paris and Melange in Cologne. He has performed with the experimental electronic band, DROOIDS, internationally at venues including MoMA PS1 and Printed Matter, New York, Power Lunches, London, Centro ADM, Mexico City. They collaborated live with Arto Linsday, James Chance and Fritz Welch among others.
Image: Beatrice Modisett, Sailing Stones. Courtesy of the artist and event organizer.
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