revenge body politics (the repo man sings for you, the speaking implement reads for filth)

September 20–October 21, 2018

Exhibition extended until Sunday, October 21

 

 Devin Kenny, too much to ignore, (video still) 2018
Devin Kenny, too much to ignore, (video still) 2018

Devin Kenny’s new multimedia exhibition looks at confrontations of art and law, revolving around the intersection of Blackness with an assumed criminality. It directs its investigation toward the use of law and legal apparatuses to oppress, exemplified in extrajudicial killing, undue incarceration, and other injustices. Considered through the lens of what Orlando Patterson terms ‘social death’, Kenny’s exhibition explores affective spaces created by this state of being and cultural forms that accompany it: from police challenge coins, to street fashion, music and more.

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Artist talk with Devin Kenny: Sunday, September 23, 4pm

 

Commissioned and organized by The Agency for Legal Imagination operating throughout 2018 at MINI/Goethe-Institut Curatorial Residencies Ludlow 38.