October 1, through December 17, 2022
Artist as Medium



By dressing, posing, and digitally manipulating their bodies in specific ways, the artists in this exhibition comment on issues ranging from objectification and societal expectations to racial violence and the ethnographic gaze. Each work poses its own set of questions, intersections, and possibilities: How can the body be used as a tool and vessel for ideas? How can gender, race, artistic process, and technology converge to generate new meanings?

This exhibition is organized by the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth, and generously supported by the George O. Southwick 1957 Memorial Fund and the Bernard R. Siskind Fund.

Exhibition Curator

Isadora Italia

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Exhibition subject: Modern & Contemporary Art