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Something (you can’t see, on the other side, of a wall from this side) casts a shadow @ SomArts

Something (you can’t see, on the other side, of a wall from this side) casts a shadow

Yuji Agematsu
stanley brouwn
A.K. Burns
Abraham Cruzvillegas
Shannon Ebner
Phillip Greenlief
David Hammons
Carl Hendrickson
Zoe Leonard
Delcy Morelos
Senga Nengudi
Catherine Opie
Gordon Parks
Davina Semo
Stuart Sherman
David Wilson
David Wojnarowicz

July 14–August 14, 2018
@
SOMArts
934 Brannan Street
San Francisco

SOMArts is proud to present Something (you can’t see, on the other side, of a wall from this side) casts a shadow, a multi-disciplinary exhibition curated by Juana Berrío exploring the politics of space in the urban landscape.

Opening with a free public reception on Saturday, July 14, 6:00–9:00 pm, the exhibition includes a selection of sculptures, videos, photographs, graphic scores, and paintings by a multi-generational group of artists from around the world. The opening reception will feature a newly commissioned map score, inspired by San Francisco’s public spaces, performed by experimental composer Phillip Greenlief.

The title of the exhibition is borrowed from a writing exercise that poet Ed Roberson gave to his students while he was a Visiting Professor at UC Berkeley in 2014. The assignment appears in Dodie Bellamy’s essay “In the Shadow of the Twitter Towers,” published in her collection When the Sick Rule the World (Semiotext(e), 2015), which forms the basis for a reading room that is also part of the exhibition.