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On Aesthetics and Politics with Tomashi Jackson and Corinne Erni
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NeueHouse Madison Square

September 18, 2019

NeueHouse hosted a conversation with artist Tomashi Jackson and Parrish Art Museum Senior Curator of ArtsReach and Special Projects Corinne Erni about Platform: Tomashi Jackson, the artist’s site-specific exhibition at the Museum in Water Mill (July 12th - October 25th, 2020). Working across painting, video, textiles, and sculpture, Jackson examines the relationship between the aesthetic and the political. She is particularly interested in the movements and migrations of groups of people; and how boundary lines are drawn, maintained, and subverted. Erni and Jackson have been in conversation for the past year about Platform. For this multi-disciplinary project, Jackson will engage with local communities and research the region’s history on racial segregation as a vehicle to juxtapose the artistic legacy of Long Island’s East End with current socio-economic tensions.

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