The Saint Louis Art Museum presents its ongoing exhibition series devoted to contemporary art, Currents, which this fall features Renata Stih and Frieder Schnock. Berlin-based conceptual artists, Stih and Schnock explore how memory is formed and how it functions in public spaces and institutions. They examine how a museum such as the Saint Louis Art Museum functions as both a container and carrier of memories, embodied by different works of art. Their exhibition, subtitled The German Connection—Raft with Stranded Objects, features collages, prints, photographs, and video, including site-specific interventions installed in several galleries throughout the Museum’s newly expanded campus.
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