Luis Camnitzer

 

Columbia University

 October 16 - December 15, 2013
This is a poetic statement. Identify the elements that construct the poem. From the series "The Assignment Books" (2011); Brass plaque with mixed media
39.37h x 19.69w x 19.69d in (100h x 50.01w x 50.01d cm)
This is a poetic statement. Identify the elements that construct the poem. From the series "The Assignment Books" (2011); Brass plaque with mixed media
39.37h x 19.69w x 19.69d in (100h x 50.01w x 50.01d cm)
A sphere is shaped by its limits. With a radius of infinite length will remain a sphere. Comment on this. From the series "The Assignment Books" (2011)
Brass plaque with mixed media; dimensions variable
A sphere is shaped by its limits. With a radius of infinite length will remain a sphere. Comment on this. From the series "The Assignment Books" (2011)
Brass plaque with mixed media; dimensions variable
This box organizes the universe into two spaces discuss what could make the inside more appealing than the outside. From the series "The Assignment Books" (2011)
Brass plaque with mixed media; Dimensions variable
This box organizes the universe into two spaces discuss what could make the inside more appealing than the outside. From the series "The Assignment Books" (2011)
Brass plaque with mixed media; Dimensions variable

About the Exhibition



October 16 - December 15, 2013

Doing and Undergoing
Teachers College, Columbia University
New York, NY

Luis Camnitzer exhibits in Doing and Undergoing at Teachers College, Columbia University, curated by Robert Gero. The site-specific, multi-media exhibition celebrates the 125th anniversary of Teachers College.

Included in the exhibition are three works from Camnitzer's The Assignment Books series, in which Camnitzer presents unresolved conundrums and questions. The series is intended to stimulate critical multidisciplinary thinking on the questions raised, prompting viewers to leave responses that serve as new stimuli for dialogue.

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