Winners Have Yet To Be Announced

Photo: Adam Reich

 

Taking inspiration from Palmer Hayden’s The Janitor Who Paints, this exhibition from Jamal Cyrus investigated the performativity of exhibitions and appointed spaces of creativity, revealing the possibility of artistic inventions in the everyday. Repurposing symbolic and political traditions, as well as altering the boundary between fictional and historical, Cyrus envisioned the stage as a space for resistance, where political, social, and symbolic could come together. Winners Have Yet to Be Announced was curated by Rashida Bumbray.

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