For her first solo museum exhibition, Olson has taken over the Albright-Knox’s Gallery for Small Sculpture with a site-specific installation that uniquely engages the physical setting and its existing alcoves and cases. She was initially drawn to this space within the museum because of its symmetry and the ways in which it parallels the human frame. About this, the artist has said, “For me, the gallery space evokes an architectural correlate to a kind of physicalized mental space. I see each case as a perceptual memory quadrant, each containing impressions of the body within the space.”
This exhibition is organized by Godin-Spaulding Curator & Curator for the Collection Holly E. Hughes.
Admission to this special exhibition is Pay What You Wish on M&T FIRST FRIDAYS @ THE GALLERY.