Victor Vasarely’s Laika, in this iteration of Up Close & In Motion at Rodman, spurs a few thoughts and considerations about art and politics.
An examination, looking backwards and forwards, of Up Close and In Motion; a year long exploration of the collection of Rodman Hall Art Centre.
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.
With this iteration of Up Close and In Motion, Assistant Curator Emma German brings a regional focus to the Rodman Hall Collection exhibition, centred around Ernest Harris, Jr.’s commissioned work. I offer some responses and thoughts on this variation of the year long project.