Emily Roysdon, “If I Don’t Move Can You Hear Me?,” 2010.
Silkscreen produced in collaboration with Studio SM; 24 x 16 inches.*
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA)
December 12, 2010 – March 4, 2011
Artist and writer Emily Roysdon produces projects at the intersection of social, political, and aesthetic space, evincing an interest in the invisible histories of public sites, the potencies of both language and movement, and the possibilities of abstraction as a formal and mental construct.
// From our friends at E-Flux