Yale Union (YU), 800 SE 10th Ave, Portland, OR 97214, United States

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Sunday
Dec
20
2015
Sunday, December 20, 2015 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
MOMMY A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider. October 10–December 20, 2015 Thursday–Sunday, 3–6pm This exhibition assents to the mystery and chaos of motherhood. It is made with ambivalence toward coherent ideas of maternity. It is made in reaction to the circumference of saccharine sentimentality and repressive rage that persists in culturally mediated visions of the mother, a circumference that tightens like a noose around the necks of actual women. This show laments the culturally constructed binary of “family vs. career,” while acknowledging the persistence of that obstacle in the lives of artists. I believe there are more irreducible things at stake. This show is all of the places in between, the making-do, the quotidian, the disobedient, the law-abiding, the carnal, the repulsive, the both-and. I made this show with a desire to capture what is true—and not what resembles the truth—in my experience as a mother. Curated by Hope Svenson with Robert Snowden. Thank you to Moyra Davey, Bridget Donahue, Carol Greene, Anthony Huberman, Nova Ionis, Jacqueline Tarquinio Kennedy, Andrew Kreps, Isla Leaver-Yap, Friederike Schuler, and Jasmin Tsou.
Saturday
Dec
19
2015
Saturday, December 19, 2015 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
MOMMY A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider. October 10–December 20, 2015 Thursday–Sunday, 3–6pm This exhibition assents to the mystery and chaos of motherhood. It is made with ambivalence toward coherent ideas of maternity. It is made in reaction to the circumference of saccharine sentimentality and repressive rage that persists in culturally mediated visions of the mother, a circumference that tightens like a noose around the necks of actual women. This show laments the culturally constructed binary of “family vs. career,” while acknowledging the persistence of that obstacle in the lives of artists. I believe there are more irreducible things at stake. This show is all of the places in between, the making-do, the quotidian, the disobedient, the law-abiding, the carnal, the repulsive, the both-and. I made this show with a desire to capture what is true—and not what resembles the truth—in my experience as a mother. Curated by Hope Svenson with Robert Snowden. Thank you to Moyra Davey, Bridget Donahue, Carol Greene, Anthony Huberman, Nova Ionis, Jacqueline Tarquinio Kennedy, Andrew Kreps, Isla Leaver-Yap, Friederike Schuler, and Jasmin Tsou.
Friday
Dec
18
2015
Friday, December 18, 2015 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
MOMMY A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider. October 10–December 20, 2015 Thursday–Sunday, 3–6pm This exhibition assents to the mystery and chaos of motherhood. It is made with ambivalence toward coherent ideas of maternity. It is made in reaction to the circumference of saccharine sentimentality and repressive rage that persists in culturally mediated visions of the mother, a circumference that tightens like a noose around the necks of actual women. This show laments the culturally constructed binary of “family vs. career,” while acknowledging the persistence of that obstacle in the lives of artists. I believe there are more irreducible things at stake. This show is all of the places in between, the making-do, the quotidian, the disobedient, the law-abiding, the carnal, the repulsive, the both-and. I made this show with a desire to capture what is true—and not what resembles the truth—in my experience as a mother. Curated by Hope Svenson with Robert Snowden. Thank you to Moyra Davey, Bridget Donahue, Carol Greene, Anthony Huberman, Nova Ionis, Jacqueline Tarquinio Kennedy, Andrew Kreps, Isla Leaver-Yap, Friederike Schuler, and Jasmin Tsou.
Thursday
Dec
17
2015
Thursday, December 17, 2015 from 3-6pm
3-6pm
MOMMY A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider. October 10–December 20, 2015 Thursday–Sunday, 3–6pm This exhibition assents to the mystery and chaos of motherhood. It is made with ambivalence toward coherent ideas of maternity. It is made in reaction to the circumference of saccharine sentimentality and repressive rage that persists in culturally mediated visions of the mother, a circumference that tightens like a noose around the necks of actual women. This show laments the culturally constructed binary of “family vs. career,” while acknowledging the persistence of that obstacle in the lives of artists. I believe there are more irreducible things at stake. This show is all of the places in between, the making-do, the quotidian, the disobedient, the law-abiding, the carnal, the repulsive, the both-and. I made this show with a desire to capture what is true—and not what resembles the truth—in my experience as a mother. Curated by Hope Svenson with Robert Snowden. Thank you to Moyra Davey, Bridget Donahue, Carol Greene, Anthony Huberman, Nova Ionis, Jacqueline Tarquinio Kennedy, Andrew Kreps, Isla Leaver-Yap, Friederike Schuler, and Jasmin Tsou.
Sunday
Dec
13
2015
Sunday, December 13, 2015 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
MOMMY A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider. October 10–December 20, 2015 Thursday–Sunday, 3–6pm This exhibition assents to the mystery and chaos of motherhood. It is made with ambivalence toward coherent ideas of maternity. It is made in reaction to the circumference of saccharine sentimentality and repressive rage that persists in culturally mediated visions of the mother, a circumference that tightens like a noose around the necks of actual women. This show laments the culturally constructed binary of “family vs. career,” while acknowledging the persistence of that obstacle in the lives of artists. I believe there are more irreducible things at stake. This show is all of the places in between, the making-do, the quotidian, the disobedient, the law-abiding, the carnal, the repulsive, the both-and. I made this show with a desire to capture what is true—and not what resembles the truth—in my experience as a mother. Curated by Hope Svenson with Robert Snowden. Thank you to Moyra Davey, Bridget Donahue, Carol Greene, Anthony Huberman, Nova Ionis, Jacqueline Tarquinio Kennedy, Andrew Kreps, Isla Leaver-Yap, Friederike Schuler, and Jasmin Tsou.
Saturday
Dec
12
2015
Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
MOMMY A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider. October 10–December 20, 2015 Thursday–Sunday, 3–6pm This exhibition assents to the mystery and chaos of motherhood. It is made with ambivalence toward coherent ideas of maternity. It is made in reaction to the circumference of saccharine sentimentality and repressive rage that persists in culturally mediated visions of the mother, a circumference that tightens like a noose around the necks of actual women. This show laments the culturally constructed binary of “family vs. career,” while acknowledging the persistence of that obstacle in the lives of artists. I believe there are more irreducible things at stake. This show is all of the places in between, the making-do, the quotidian, the disobedient, the law-abiding, the carnal, the repulsive, the both-and. I made this show with a desire to capture what is true—and not what resembles the truth—in my experience as a mother. Curated by Hope Svenson with Robert Snowden. Thank you to Moyra Davey, Bridget Donahue, Carol Greene, Anthony Huberman, Nova Ionis, Jacqueline Tarquinio Kennedy, Andrew Kreps, Isla Leaver-Yap, Friederike Schuler, and Jasmin Tsou.
Friday
Dec
11
2015
Friday, December 11, 2015 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
MOMMY A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider. October 10–December 20, 2015 Thursday–Sunday, 3–6pm This exhibition assents to the mystery and chaos of motherhood. It is made with ambivalence toward coherent ideas of maternity. It is made in reaction to the circumference of saccharine sentimentality and repressive rage that persists in culturally mediated visions of the mother, a circumference that tightens like a noose around the necks of actual women. This show laments the culturally constructed binary of “family vs. career,” while acknowledging the persistence of that obstacle in the lives of artists. I believe there are more irreducible things at stake. This show is all of the places in between, the making-do, the quotidian, the disobedient, the law-abiding, the carnal, the repulsive, the both-and. I made this show with a desire to capture what is true—and not what resembles the truth—in my experience as a mother. Curated by Hope Svenson with Robert Snowden. Thank you to Moyra Davey, Bridget Donahue, Carol Greene, Anthony Huberman, Nova Ionis, Jacqueline Tarquinio Kennedy, Andrew Kreps, Isla Leaver-Yap, Friederike Schuler, and Jasmin Tsou.
Thursday
Dec
10
2015
Thursday, December 10, 2015 from 3-6pm
3-6pm
MOMMY A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider. October 10–December 20, 2015 Thursday–Sunday, 3–6pm This exhibition assents to the mystery and chaos of motherhood. It is made with ambivalence toward coherent ideas of maternity. It is made in reaction to the circumference of saccharine sentimentality and repressive rage that persists in culturally mediated visions of the mother, a circumference that tightens like a noose around the necks of actual women. This show laments the culturally constructed binary of “family vs. career,” while acknowledging the persistence of that obstacle in the lives of artists. I believe there are more irreducible things at stake. This show is all of the places in between, the making-do, the quotidian, the disobedient, the law-abiding, the carnal, the repulsive, the both-and. I made this show with a desire to capture what is true—and not what resembles the truth—in my experience as a mother. Curated by Hope Svenson with Robert Snowden. Thank you to Moyra Davey, Bridget Donahue, Carol Greene, Anthony Huberman, Nova Ionis, Jacqueline Tarquinio Kennedy, Andrew Kreps, Isla Leaver-Yap, Friederike Schuler, and Jasmin Tsou.
Sunday
Dec
6
2015
Sunday, December 6, 2015 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
MOMMY A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider. October 10–December 20, 2015 Thursday–Sunday, 3–6pm This exhibition assents to the mystery and chaos of motherhood. It is made with ambivalence toward coherent ideas of maternity. It is made in reaction to the circumference of saccharine sentimentality and repressive rage that persists in culturally mediated visions of the mother, a circumference that tightens like a noose around the necks of actual women. This show laments the culturally constructed binary of “family vs. career,” while acknowledging the persistence of that obstacle in the lives of artists. I believe there are more irreducible things at stake. This show is all of the places in between, the making-do, the quotidian, the disobedient, the law-abiding, the carnal, the repulsive, the both-and. I made this show with a desire to capture what is true—and not what resembles the truth—in my experience as a mother. Curated by Hope Svenson with Robert Snowden. Thank you to Moyra Davey, Bridget Donahue, Carol Greene, Anthony Huberman, Nova Ionis, Jacqueline Tarquinio Kennedy, Andrew Kreps, Isla Leaver-Yap, Friederike Schuler, and Jasmin Tsou.
Saturday
Dec
5
2015
Saturday, December 5, 2015 from 6-9pm
6-9pm
MOMMY A group show that considers the mother, with work by Lutz Bacher, Susan Cianciolo, Sonya Hamilton, Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, Lynn Hershman Leeson, Eliot Porter, Aura Rosenberg, Diane Simpson, Barbara T. Smith, Frances Stark, and Rosemarie Trockel. It will also include new site-specific works by Cathy Wilkes and Anicka Yi, and a performance by Karin Schneider. October 10–December 20, 2015 Thursday–Sunday, 3–6pm This exhibition assents to the mystery and chaos of motherhood. It is made with ambivalence toward coherent ideas of maternity. It is made in reaction to the circumference of saccharine sentimentality and repressive rage that persists in culturally mediated visions of the mother, a circumference that tightens like a noose around the necks of actual women. This show laments the culturally constructed binary of “family vs. career,” while acknowledging the persistence of that obstacle in the lives of artists. I believe there are more irreducible things at stake. This show is all of the places in between, the making-do, the quotidian, the disobedient, the law-abiding, the carnal, the repulsive, the both-and. I made this show with a desire to capture what is true—and not what resembles the truth—in my experience as a mother. Curated by Hope Svenson with Robert Snowden. Thank you to Moyra Davey, Bridget Donahue, Carol Greene, Anthony Huberman, Nova Ionis, Jacqueline Tarquinio Kennedy, Andrew Kreps, Isla Leaver-Yap, Friederike Schuler, and Jasmin Tsou.