The first U.S. solo museum exhibition devoted to multidisciplinary artist Madeline Hollander features Flatwing (2019), the artist’s first video installation. Recently acquired for the Whitney’s collection, the work explores the emergence of silent flat-wing crickets on the island of Kauai, Hawaii, due to rising global temperatures. The display also includes diagrams, drawings, and research materials created by the artist in the process of making the film as well as a new sound installation based on the correlation between temperature and the frequency at which crickets chirp.
Thursday through Monday, March 18–22
10:30 am–6 pm
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