The Week Ahead @ The Henry

Opening this Saturday, the Henry is proud to present Berlin-based Jason Dodge’s first comprehensive North American exhibition What We Have Done and Korean-born artist Haegue Yang’s solo exhibition Anachronistic Layers of Dispersion.

Haegue Yang: Anachronistic Layers of Dispersion

The exacting process of this installation has been fascinating to watch. Join us on Saturday to see to celebrate its completion!

Haegue Yang: Anachronistic Layers of Dispersion
Starting to hang the installation early last week.

Jason Dodge: What We Have Done

In What We Have Done, Dodge will show recent work as well as debut two major new works created especially for this exhibition. The artist’s interest in literature and, in particular, poetry informs his practice. To mark the opening, we are hosting a poetry reading from 2-4 pm on Saturday featuring Matthew Dickman, Dorothea Lasky, and Joshua Beckman

Other Cool Henry Happenings this Week

VIDEO//YOGA, Thursday, Oct 17

Instructor and curator at Interstitial Theater, Julia Greenway, will lead us in a yoga class to excite the senses as video art plays on the screen as you hold the pose. Class starts promptly at 12:30; check in with the front desk for location. Bring your own mat, please.

Affect & Audience in the Digital Age, Friday, Oct 18th

Discover how digital interacts with poetry at this free symposium Friday night at 6 pm. Does a tweet or Facebook post have the potential to be as impactful as a sonnet? Join us to find out.

Spaghetti Code, Sunday, Oct 20th

From 2-4 pm, artist Sol Hashemi will lead us through activities to explore photography and sculpture through the lens of computer, internet, and hackerspace. Discuss the artist’s latest Test Site Project Software Update/System Build. This event is free. 

Sol Hashemi. Untitled (Office Clutter Vol. 2).
Sol Hashemi. Untitled (Office Clutter Vol. 2).

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