Eleanor Antin, Madeleine Hope Arthurs, Brandon Ballengée, Alexander Brodsky, Cassils, Nancy Chunn, Keith Cottingham, Eric Dyer, Yishay Garbasz, Rico Gatson, Kelly Heaton,Barbara McCarren/Jud Fine, Panamarenko, Thomas Ruff, Jason Salavon, Alan Scarritt, Andres Serrano, Todd Siler, Andy Warhol, Allan Wexler
The works in this exhibition span a variety of media and highlight several themes, which have no particular order of importance and often overlap.
The content of work by Eleanor Antin, Eric Dyer, Cassils and Rico Gatson could be characterized as having a dialogue with history.
Nancy Chunn, Eric Dyer, Barbara McCarren and Jud Fine, Jason Salavon, Andres Serrano and Todd Siler incorporate keen cultural observations and political insights.
Yishay Garbasz addresses the inheritance of traumatic memories, both in the body and in the landscape. The environment and biology are major components of work by Brandon Ballengée and Kelly Heaton. Alexander Brodsky, Panamarenko and Allan Wexler use architecture, invention and humor in their works. Cassils and Rico Gatson celebrate their respective identities.
Keith Cottingham and Thomas Ruff use unusual depictions of what could be inner space or deep outer space.