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Exhibition

Rindon Johnson: Law of Large Numbers: Our Selves

6 Nov 2021–6 Feb 2022

Overview

Autumn 2021 marks Rindon Johnson’s first solo exhibition in a UK institution. Deftly combining CGI and sculpture, Johnson presents multifaceted ideas of identity and belonging. Central to the commission is a live rendering of ocean weather data collected by Johnson throughout 2020. The moving images anthologise a year-long portrait of the North Atlantic “cold blob.” This ocean-surface is located at the approximate geographical midpoint between Chisenhale Gallery and co-commissioners SculptureCenter, New York, where the work was presented from 25 March - 2 August 2021. To learn more about the SculptureCenter exhibition, please click here.

Law of Large Numbers: Our Selves is commissioned and produced by SculptureCenter, New York and Chisenhale Gallery, London.

Biography:

Rindon Johnson lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Selected exhibitions include; Law of Large Numbers: Our Bodies, Sculpture Center, New York (Forthcoming in 2021); Away with You, Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Washington DC; This End The Sun, New Museum, New York (both 2020); Circumscribe, Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf (All 2019); New Black Portraitures, Rhizome, Online; and NGV Triennial, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (both 2017).

Artists

Rindon Johnson


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