New York - Exhibition

Elaine Cameron-Weir: Viscera Has Questions About Itself

New Museum

03 May 201703 Sep 2017

Curated by Natalie Bell, Assistant Curator, the exhibition traces the artist’s interest in the sculptural practice.
Her works, whether they be installations or sculptures, allude to a history of spiritual, medicinal, or funerary practices, as well as contemporary methods of sensory appeal.

  • : Elaine Cameron-Weir, a terrestrial sediment melted by hypervelocity impacts from outerspace, most fell on Bohemia, molten, forming strange shapes and solidifying bottle green like the eyes of a gorgon, 2014 (detail). Stainless steel, sterling silver, laboratory clamps, and carved moldovite, dimensions variable. Courtesy Rodolphe Janssen: Elaine Cameron-Weir, a terrestrial sediment melted by hypervelocity impacts from outerspace, most fell on Bohemia, molten, forming strange shapes and solidifying bottle green like the eyes of a gorgon, 2014 (detail). Stainless steel, sterling silver, laboratory clamps, and carved moldovite, dimensions variable. Courtesy Rodolphe Janssen

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OPENING:
tue, wed, fri, sat 11:00 am - 6:00 pm; thu 11:00 am - 9:00 pm

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mon, sun

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ESTABLISHED:
1977

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Phillips Lisa


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