An installation at the RISD Museum that asks how artworks and decor—as well as fictions and fashions—give rise to nations and nationalities.
An exhibition on public speech organized by Triple Canopy and Public Fiction at the MCA Chicago.
A a listening test in the form of an installation at Bard’s Hessel Museum: tanpura drones, the speech of the prototypical Midwestern man, hi-fi propaganda, records by Led Zeppelin and ABBA, and personal artifacts.
A message from an archivist.
An audio work that narrates the experience of an expert listener determining what sound should sound like.
Triple Canopy’s contribution to the 2014 Whitney Biennial is Pointing Machines, an installation titled after the simple eighteenth-century measuring tool for reproducing sculpture in stone or wood with a system of adjustable rods and needles. The installation consists largely of reproductions—by handcraft, 3-D printing, and photography—of paintings and a colonial-era wash basin stand, once part of the […]
A study for a memorial; an exhibition, a publication, a print-on-demand library. Produced under the auspices of the art and research program of Centro Cultural Montehermoso Kulturunea in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain, and exhibited there in 2012.