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Spring Exhibitions Opening event at the Queens Museum on March 13, 2022. Photo by Kuo-Heng Huang. A group of visitors are interacting with Stephanie Dinkins' piece "#SayItAloud" (2020 - 2021). The two-pannel projection features floating objects in the shape of okra seeds as well as Dinkin's character, Professor Commander Justice. On the bottom left, there is text that reads "What do you need to release to move forward?"


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A black-and-white photograph documenting artist Suzanne Lacy's performance "Cinderella in a Dragster" (1976). The artist is stepping into a vintage dragster, wearing sunglasses, a racing jumpsuit, and holding a racing helmet. The vehicle is parked on an empty tree-lined road in California. On the right, a person is taking a photo of Lacy with a small, analog camera.

This thematic survey is a major presentation of the work of pioneering public performance and social practice artist, Suzanne Lacy. With works touching on issues such as violence against women, racism, labor rights, poverty, and aging, The Medium is Not the Only Message spans four decades, from Lacy’s earliest solo performances to more recent large-scale community-based works that bring together diverse participants to share their stories.

Esta encuesta temática es la presentación principal de la obra de la artista pionera en performance pública y práctica social, Suzanne Lacy. Con obras que tratan temas como la violencia contra las mujeres, el racismo, los derechos laborales, la pobreza y el envejecimiento, El medio no es el único mensaje abarca cuatro décadas, desde las primeras performances de Lacy en solitario a las obras comunitarias más recientes a gran escala que reúnen a diversxs participantes para que compartan sus historias.

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An installation view of Stephanie Dinkins "Secret Garden" (2021) at Stamps Gallery, University of Michigan. The interactive video projection shows four generations of black women standing in a garden where cotton, roses, and okra grow.


Organized by Stamps Gallery, University of Michigan, On Love and Data is the first survey of the renowned transmedia artist Stephanie Dinkins, who creates platforms for dialogue about artificial intelligence as it intersects race, gender, aging, and our future histories. This exhibition debuts three new works that build on her manifesto Afro-now-ismpublished in June 2020.
Organizada por la galería Stamps Gallery, de la Universidad de Michigan, Sobre el amor y los datos es la primera encuesta de la conocida artista transmedia Stephanie Dinkins, que crea plataformas para el diálogo acerca de la inteligencia artificial y sus intersecciones con la raza, el género, el envejecimiento y nuestras historias en el futuro. En esta exposición debutan tres obras nuevas que se basan en su manifiesto Afro-now-ismo, publicado en junio de 2020.

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An installation shot of Christine Sun Kim's new mural "Time Owes Me Rest Again". Photo: Hai Zhang. The photo shows a monumental wall at the center of the Queens Museum with painted illustrations inspired by comic book graphics that are commonly used to represent movement and contact. Five words appear "Time", "Owes", "Me", "Rest", "Again".


Christine Sun Kim’s new site-responsive project, Time Owes Me Rest Again, is a mural on the monumental wall encasing the Panorama of the City of New York. Reenacting the physical and psychological articulation of American Sign Language, this site-specific work surfaces the societal and systemic inequity that persists between Deaf communities and the hearing power structures. Time Owes Me Rest Again also reflects upon the unease and fatigue induced by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in New York City. 

El nuevo proyecto sensible al entorno de Christine Sun Kim, El tiempo me debe de nuevo un descanso, es un mural en el muro monumental que rodea al Panorama de la Ciudad de Nueva York. Al recrear la articulación física y psicológica de la lengua de signos americana, esta obra adaptada a su ubicación pone al descubierto la desigualdad social y sistémica que persiste entre las comunidades de sordxs y las estructuras de poder auditivo. El tiempo me debe de nuevo un descanso también refleja la incomodidad y el cansancio provocados por la actual pandemia del COVID-19 en la Ciudad de Nueva York.

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The Queens Museum is looking to hire a dynamic new Public Programs Coordinator, to work with curators, organizers, and educators to develop and deliver an integrated program of talks, events, public and partnership programs. Apply by March 27, 2022!El Queens Museum busca unx nuevx y dinámicx Coordinadorx de Programas Públicos para trabajar con lxs comisarixs, organizadorxs y educadorxs para desarrollar y diseñar un programa integral de charlas, eventos y programas públicos y de socixs. ¡Se aceptan solicitudes hasta el 27 de marzo de 2022!

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The Medium is Not the Only Message is made possible in part by lead support from the National Endowment for the Arts and Metabolic Studio. Major support is provided by Shelley Frost Rubin, the Stardust Fund, and Stephanie and Tim Ingrassia.

On Love & Data is made possible by lead support from Meta Open Arts.

Time Owes Me Rest Again is presented with support from Miyoung Lee and Neil Simpkins.

Major funding for the Queens Museum is generously provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature, the Booth Ferris Foundation, the Lambent Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and the TD Charitable Foundation.


Images: 1) Spring Exhibitions Opening at the Queens Museum, Photo: Kuo-Heng Huang 2) Performance documentation, Suzanne Lacy, Cinderella in a Dragster (1976), California State College, Dominguez Hills (now California State University, Dominguez Hills), Carson, and University of California, San Diego. Courtesy of Suzanne Lacy Studio. 3) Installation view, Stephanie Dinkins, Secret Garden (2021), three-channel interactive video projection with six-channel audio, depth cameras, computers. Courtesy of Stamps Gallery, University of Michigan. 4) Installation view, Christine Sun Kim, Time Owes Me Rest Again, 2022, Mural, Approximately 35 x 100 ft. Courtesy of the Queens Museum. Photo by Hai Zhang.





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