Up Close & In Motion invites repeat visits and consideration of the works and how they engaged with each other. I offer one place to stand when interacting with the current offerings of this ongoing curatorial selection from Rodman’s permanent collection.
Dennis Tourbin’s October Fragments (from Up Close & In Motion) is a work that offers both historical and regional commentary on what, to some, is history and others still understand as a lesson for contemporary times.
Some thoughts on Dennis Tourbin’s La ville dort in the latest instalment of Up Close and In Motion, at Rodman Hall Art Centre.
Former Assistant Curator Emma German and I sit down and talk about the current iteration of Up Close and In Motion, Slow Art Day and the past – and future – versions of the show as the year long exploration of Rodman Hall’s collection takes on a new form.