Amanda Williams “Embodied Sensations”

The Museum of Modern Art

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The Museum of Modern Art announces Amanda Williams: Embodied Sensations, a participatory artwork that considers the transformation of public space during the global pandemic—and the stark inequities and systemic injustices that underlie such shifts. On view in The Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium from April 10 through June 20, 2021, the installation will be activated through both an online survey and a series of participatory, in-person performances. The work expands on Chicago-based artist and architect Amanda Williams’s decades-long interrogation of the complex intersections of race, place, violence, and value. Amanda Williams: Embodied Sensations is a collaborative project organized by both Education and Curatorial departments. It draws on Williams’s work as a 2019–20 Catalyst artist with the Museum’s Department of Education.



from April 10, 2021 to June 20, 2021

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