Real Corporeal makes visitors aware of their own embodiment and addresses how bodies are in constant dialogue with the politics of their environments.
Anna Cahn is a curator and writer based in New York City particularly interested in the intersections of performance and interdisciplinary media in contemporary artistic practices. She is currently a curatorial assistant at the Rubin Museum of Art where she has curated performances and artists’ talks such as the Refiguring the Future series. She received her BA from Clark University and an MA in Art History from the City College of New York.
Mis/Communication Highlights Artists Examining the Intersection of Language and Power
The artists in this Stony Brook University exhibition defy many of the linguistic and cultural hierarchies that museums often perpetuate.
Between Body and Machine, a New Humanism Is Imagined
In this exhibition regarding the intersection of art and technology, instead of work that feels automated or detached, viewers are confronted with works that directly reference the body.
Emerging LGBTQ Artists Find Hope Amid a Grim Political Landscape
The Queer Art Mentorship (QAM) annual exhibition, Here & Not Yet, comes at a critical moment for the LGBTQ community.