Recapitulation is an installation demonstrating the parallels between slavery and the contemporary prison industrial complex through animation, digital stills, sculpture, original music compositions, interactive sound and video. Although slave and convict have different names, these labels share similar limitations and expectations. Both have faced exploitation for labor, a loss of rights and disenfranchisement. Currently over 2.3 million people are incarcerated in the U.S.; 40 percent are African Americans, although they comprise only 12 percent of the country’s total population. In Recapitulation, Paul Rucker will examine the vast numbers affected by both institutions and the disparity in the racial makeup of the prison population.
Jan 23 – Oct 03, 2016
Amy Yao Presents "Bay of Smokes" at Various Small Fires
Jan 21 – May 22, 2016
Carrie Schneider Presents "Reading Women" at the Haggerty Museum of Art
Feb 05 – May 01, 2016
Laura Poitras Presents "Astro Noise" at the Whitney Museum