Stephen G. Rhodes «The Law of the Unknown Neighbor: Inferno Romanticized»

 

9. February 2013  – 21. April 2013

Featuring artworks by:
Stephen G. Rhodes

The sprawling installations of the American artist Stephen G. Rhodes (b. Houston, Texas, 1977; lives and works in Berlin and New Orleans) combine a variety of media and are based on historical and cultural sources. Rhodes creates distinctive restless and elliptical systems in which he addresses issues such as repression and trauma. The Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst presents «The Law of the Unknown Neighbor: Inferno Romanticized», the artist’s first solo show at a European art institution.

Exhibition view, Stephen G. Rhodes «The Law of the Unknown Neighbor: Inferno Romanticized», photo: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zurich

List of works

Stephen G. Rhodes: The Law of the Unknown Neighbor: Inferno Romanticized

Stephen G. Rhodes

The Law of the Unknown Neighbor: Inferno Romanticized
2013
3-channel videoinstallation (color, sound); hospital curtains, rubber snakes, ceiling fans, aluminum lighnting bolts, books, bookshelves, assorted institutional supplies, Nathan Corbin, Jude Matthews, John McAllister, Jaime Szczepanski
Grösse variabel

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