The New Social Environment#604
This is No Time: Sabine Hornig
Featuring Hornig and Lyle Rexer
1 p.m. Eastern / 10 a.m. Pacific
Artist Sabine Hornig joins Rail contributor Lyle Rexer for a conversation. We conclude with a poetry reading by Erika Hodges.
In this talk
Visit This is No Time: Sabine Hornig, on view at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery through July 29, 2022 →
The sculptures, photographs and installations of Sabine Hornig re-envision architectural spaces and ubiquitous urban forms to explore the concepts of space, perspective and memory. At once rigorously formal and poetic, her work recontextualizes familiar places and structures such as storefront windows, urban facades, and school houses through overlapping perspectives and inversions of scale and dimension. Throughout the past two decades, Hornig has presented numerous solo exhibitions of her work as well as large architectural interventions in public spaces worldwide, including a site-specific installation commissioned by LaGuardia Gateway Partners in partnership with Public Art Fund (2020).
Independent critic, curator, and writer Lyle Rexer is the author of The Critical Eye: 15 Pictures to Understand Photography (Intellect Ltd 2019), The Edge of Vision: The Rise of Abstraction in Photography (Aperture 2009), and Photography’s Antiquarian Avant-Garde: The New Wave in Old Processes, (Harry N. Abrams 2002) and others. He has published hundreds of catalog essays and articles on art, architecture, and photography and contributed to such publications as The New York Times, Harper’s, Art in America, among others. He has lectured at many institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, Yale University, among others, and he teaches in both the graduate and undergraduate programs at SVA.
The Rail has a tradition of ending our conversations with a poetry reading, and we’re fortunate to have Erika Hodges reading.
Erika Hodges is a gender expansive poet and performance artist living and breathing somewhere between Brooklyn and Boulder. They received their MFA from Pratt Institute where they were the Leslie Scalapino Scholar. Their work can be found at Flag + Void, CALYX, The Poetry Foundation’s Open Door Series, & The Poetry Project among others. They also hosted and curated an interview series for Wendy’s Subway entitled, What Happens After The End. They are a 2022 Can Serrat residency fellow. They are a co-founder of Philopatry Collective that will be releasing their debut collection of chapbooks this coming fall. This fall, they will be pursuing their JD at Tulane University, where they hope to deepen the accompanying praxis to their poetics that might move us toward liberation.
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