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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011
Curated by Fionn Meade, Time Again explores the language of repetition, bringing together works that destabilize conventional ways of seeing and considering what is past and what is present. Engaging gesture, image sequence, material affect, and displaced narrative, the works on view create disjunctions with the way the time of the present is experienced, challenging our understanding of what it means to be contemporaries.

Left to right: Steve Roden, “proximities no. 2”, 2010. Oil and acrylic on linen. 16” x 20” x 1.5”. Elad Lassry, “Laminated Structure (For Him)”, 2009. Silver gelatin print on C-print, painted frame. 14.5” x 11.5” x 1.5”. Elad Lassry, “Laminated Structure (For Her and Him)”, 2009. Silver gelatin print on C-print, painted frame. 14.5” x 11.5” x 1.5”. Elad Lassry, “Drinks, Cheese”, 2008. Foil on magazine paper. 14.5” x 10.5”. Rachel Harrison, “Avatar”, 2010. Wood, acrylic, jeans, and pigmented inkjet print. 74” x 36” x 36”. Richard Aldrich, “Zig-Zag Cubism”, 2010-2011. Oil, wax, and vine charcoal on cut linen. 84” x 58”. Thea Djordjadze, “Deaf and dumb universe (Gerüst)”, 2008 Wood, paint, clay, fireclay, paper-mâché, and plaster 31.5” x 67” x 28.3” All images c. 2011 SculptureCenter and the artists; photography by Jason Mandella

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011
At left, left to right: Rosemarie Trockel, “Memorial Day”, 2008. Mixed media. 26.75” x 22.75” x 2”. Rosemarie Trockel, “Umbrella”, 2008. Mixed media. 26.75” x 22.75” x 2”. Rosemarie Trockel, “Mars”, 2006. Ceramics and platinum. 23.25” x 29” x 5”. Below, left to right: Moyra Davey, “50 Photographs”, 2003. 14 C-prints: 12” x 17”. 36 C-prints: 8” x 10”. Blinky Palermo, “Projektion (Projection)”, 1971. Screenprint on paper. 15.75” x 15.75”. Thea Djordjadze, “Deaf and dumb universe (Gerüst)”, 2008. Wood, paint, clay, fireclay, paper-mâché, and plaster. 31.5” x 67” x 28.3”.

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011
Moyra Davey, “50 Photographs”, 2003. 14 C-prints: 12” x 17”. 36 C-prints: 8” x 10”.

Left to right: Charline von Heyl, “Untitled”, 2011. Acrylic, spray paint, xerox, lithograph, silkscreen, and charcoal on mylar and paper. Grid of 12 works on paper, each: 24” x 19”. Rachel Harrison, “Avatar”, 2010. Wood, acrylic, jeans, and pigmented inkjet print. 74” x 36” x 36”. Rosemarie Trockel, “Memorial Day”, 2008. Mixed media. 26.75” x 22.75” x 2”. Rosemarie Trockel, “Umbrella”, 2008. Mixed media. 26.75” x 22.75” x 2”. Rosemarie Trockel, “Mars”, 2006. Ceramics and platinum. 23.25” x 29” x 5”.

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011
Ull Hohn, “Untitled”, 1988. Oil on cast plaster and wood. 7.75” x 12” x 2” each.

Left to right: Matthew Buckingham, “Image of Absalon to be Projected Until it Vanishes”, 2001. Slide projection and framed text. Dimensions variable. Rachel Harrison, “Avatar”, 2010. Wood, acrylic, jeans, and pigmented inkjet print. 74” x 36” x 36”. Steve Roden, “proximities no. 2”, 2010. Oil and acrylic on linen. 16” x 20” x 1.5”. Elad Lassry, “Laminated Structure (For Him)”, 2009. Silver gelatin print on C-print, painted frame. 14.5” x 11.5” x 1.5”. Elad Lassry, “Laminated Structure (For Her and Him)”, 2009. Silver gelatin print on C-print, painted frame. 14.5” x 11.5” x 1.5”. Elad Lassry, “Drinks, Cheese”, 2008. Foil on magazine paper. 14.5” x 10.5”. Elad Lassry, “Julie Christie”, 2008. Silkscreen on magazine paper, walnut frame. 14” x 22” x 1.5”. Blinky Palermo, “Projektion (Projection)”, 1971. Screenprint on paper. 15.75” x 15.75”. Richard Aldrich, “Angie Adams/Franz Kline”, 2010-2011. Oil, wax, and vine charcoal on cut linen. 84” x 58”. Richard Aldrich, “Zig-Zag Cubism”, 2010-2011. Oil, wax, and vine charcoal on cut linen. 84” x 58”. Thea Djordjadze, “Deaf and dumb universe (Gerüst)”, 2008. Wood, paint, clay, fireclay, paper-mâché, and plaster. 31.5” x 67” x 28.3”.

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011

Foreground (left to right): Rosalind Nashashibi, “This Quality”, 2010. 16mm film, color, sound. 4:33 minutes. Matthew Buckingham, “Image of Absalon to be Projected Until it Vanishes”, 2001. Slide projection and framed text. Dimensions variable. Background (left to right): Rosemarie Trockel, “Memorial Day”, 2008. Mixed media. 26.75” x 22.75” x 2”. Rosemarie Trockel, “Umbrella”, 2008. Mixed media. 26.75” x 22.75” x 2”. Rosemarie Trockel, “Mars”, 2006. Ceramics and platinum. 23.25” x 29” x 5”.

Left to right: Richard Aldrich, “Angie Adams/Franz Kline”, 2010-2011. Oil, wax, and vine charcoal on cut linen. 84” x 58”. Richard Aldrich, “Zig-Zag Cubism”, 2010-2011. Oil, wax, and vine charcoal on cut linen. 84” x 58”. Rosalind Nashashibi, “This Quality”, 2010. 16mm film, color, sound. 4:33 minutes.

At left: Matthew Buckingham, “Image of Absalon to be Projected Until it Vanishes”, 2001. Slide projection and framed text. Dimensions variable.

Left to right: Richard Aldrich, “Angie Adams/Franz Kline”, 2010-2011. Oil, wax, and vine charcoal on cut linen. 84” x 58”. Richard Aldrich, “Zig-Zag Cubism”, 2010-2011. Oil, wax, and vine charcoal on cut linen. 84” x 58”.

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011
At left: Troy Brauntuch, “Stamps”, 1975-2007. Rubber stamps. Dimensions variable. Framed works below: Troy Brauntuch, “White Light Study”, 1979. Paper, newsprint, photostats, cardboard, and tape. Triptych: #1 and #3: 23.5” x 18.75” (framed) #2: 16.75” x 19.75” (framed).

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011

Above, left to right: Steve Roden, “proximities no. 2”, 2010. Oil and acrylic on linen. 16” x 20” x 1.5”. Elad Lassry, “Laminated Structure (For Him)”, 2009. Silver gelatin print on C-print, painted frame. 14.5” x 11.5” x 1.5”. Elad Lassry, “Laminated Structure (For Her and Him)”, 2009. Silver gelatin print on C-print, painted frame. 14.5” x 11.5” x 1.5”. Elad Lassry, “Drinks, Cheese”, 2008. Foil on magazine paper. 14.5” x 10.5”. Elad Lassry, “Julie Christie”, 2008. Silkscreen on magazine paper, walnut frame. 14” x 22” x 1.5”.

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011

NOVEL; from left to right: Josef Strau, “What should one do”, 2011. Mixed media. Dimensions variable. Steven Claydon, “Osmium and Wolfram”, 2008. Wall drawing/print. Dimensions variable. Paul Thek, “Untitled (1 to 1)”, 1982. Acrylic on newspaper. 21.75” x 27.75”. Sam Lewitt, “Portfolio (Monograms 2 of 2)”, 2008. Portfolio with ink and graphite on paper, ink on paper, carbon paper. 4” x 5” negative in plastic sleeve, 3 color photocopies Portfolio: 17” x 22”, plinth: 34” x 35” x 22”. Ed Atkins, “Impulses to Reanimate a Dead Alsatian (collectively)”, 2010. Ink on paper, ferric tape, tape recorder, and silkscreened poster. Dimensions variable. At left, from left to right: NOVEL Above, from left to right: Sergej Jensen, “Untitled”, 2011. Burlap. 30” x 50”. R.H. Quaytman, “Distracting Distance, Chapter 16”, 2010. Oil, silkscreen, and gesso on wood. 24.75” x 40”. Sam Lewitt, “Portfolio (Monograms 2 of 2)”, 2008. Portfolio with ink and graphite on paper, ink on paper, carbon paper. 4” x 5” negative in plastic sleeve, 3 color photocopies Portfolio: 17” x 22”, plinth: 34” x 35” x 22”. Marc Camille Chaimowicz, “Shoe Waste?”, 1971/2005. 5 hand-printed silver gelatin prints. 9.8” x 15.9”, 8.5” x 15.9”, 11.7” x 14.4”, 15.9” x 10.8”, 15.7” x 9.3”. (Detail at left.) Josef Strau, “What should one do”, 2011. Mixed media. Dimensions variable. Sergej Jensen, “Untitled”, 2011. Burlap. 30” x 50”. Sam Lewitt, “Portfolio (Monograms 2 of 2)”, 2008. Portfolio with ink and graphite on paper, ink on paper, carbon paper. 4” x 5” negative in plastic sleeve, 3 color photocopies Portfolio: 17” x 22”, plinth: 34” x 35” x 22”. R.H. Quaytman, “Distracting Distance, Chapter 16”, 2010. Oil, silkscreen, and gesso on wood. 24.75” x 40”.

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011
Emily Roysdon, “Untitled (David Wojnarowicz Project)”, 2001-2007. 12 gelatin silver prints, embroidery, and collage. 11” x 14” each.

Laure Prouvost, “It, Heat, Hit”, 2010. Video, color, sound. 7:20 minutes.

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011
Front to back: Steve Roden, “ear is for sees (line and and horns)”, 2007. Pencil, ink, watercolor, and collage on paper. Dimensions variable. Steve Roden, “striations (stones and clouds)”, 2011. Ink and 16mm film transferred to video, color, silent. 6 minutes.

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011
Below, front to back: Steve Roden, “ear is for sees (line and and horns)”, 2007. Pencil, ink, watercolor, and collage on paper. Dimensions variable. Steve Roden, “striations (stones and clouds)”, 2011. Ink and 16mm film transferred to video, color, silent. 6 minutes (still at left).

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011

Above: Rosemarie Trockel, “Goodbye, Mrs. Monipäer”, 2003. Video, black & white, sound. 5:40 minutes. Below: Aurélien Froment, “Rabbits”, 2009. HD video, color, silent. 5:41 minutes.

Above: William E. Jones, “Berlin Flash Frames”, 2010. Sequence of digital files, black & white, silent. 9:18 minutes looped. Below: Manon de Boer, “Attica”, 2008. 16mm film, black & white, sound. 10 minutes.

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Time Again
May 9 - July 25, 2011

Left to right: Ull Hohn, “Untitled”, 1988. Oil on cast plaster and wood. 7.75” x 12” x 2” each. Rachel Harrison, “Avatar”, 2010. Wood, acrylic, jeans, and pigmented inkjet print. 74” x 36” x 36”. Charline von Heyl, “Untitled”, 2011. Acrylic, spray paint, xerox, lithograph, silkscreen, and charcoal on mylar and paper. Grid of 12 works on paper, each: 24” x 19”.

Steve Roden, “distance piece”, 2011. Sound installation.

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