Janine Antoni transforms the seemingly inconsequential and routine acts of living into tools for making art. She gives form to visceral experience. Incarnate brought together a selection of her recent works, exploring the way our mothers, both in a literal and ecological sense, form our existence. Using cowhide and cast silver, and by alluding to traditional Madonna and child imagery, Antoni teases out the beauty and darker emotions embedded within these relationships.
This exhibition was organized by Associate Curator of Contemporary Art Claire Schneider.