Rindon Johnson “Law of Large Numbers: Our Bodies”


poster for Rindon Johnson “Law of Large Numbers: Our Bodies”
[Image: Rindon Johnson "Working Still #1 (Alright, alright)" (2020) Color C print. Dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist]

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Rindon Johnson’s work cuts through the membrane of assumed realities and shows how the virtual and actual are always and increasingly integrated. Law of Large Numbers: Our Bodies will include newly commissioned sculptures, painting, video, and installation including Coeval Proposition #1: Tear down so as to make flat with the Ground or The *Trans America Building DISMANTLE EVERYTHING, a large-scale sculpture that references the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco to address and complicate questions of identity and belonging. The exhibition also includes Coeval Proposition #2: Last Year’s Atlantic, or You look really good, you look like you pretended like nothing ever happened, or a Weakening, a live rendering of ocean weather data from the previous year. The work’s programming generates second-for-second, 360-degree, figurative visualizations to create a yearlong portrait of the vast North Atlantic “cold blob,” located at the approximate geographical midpoint between SculptureCenter in New York and Chisenhale Gallery in London, which will present a pendant exhibition in fall 2021.

Curated by Sohrab Mohebbi,
SculptureCenter Curator-at-Large



from March 25, 2021 to August 02, 2021


Rindon Johnson

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