Clocking Out: Time Beyond Management
May 17–28, 2023

Artists Space
11 Cortland Alley
New York, NY 10013

Gallery Hours
12 pm–6 pm

ISP Curatorial Program Spring Exhibition 
The Curatorial Studies Program exhibition, Clocking Out: Time Beyond Management, is curated by the 2022–2023 Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellows KJ Abudu, Zachary B. Feldman, Emily Small, and Johanna Thorell. Clocking Out: Time Beyond Management brings together works by 24 artists and collectives—Kobby Adi, Julieta Aranda and Anton Vidokle, Julieta Aranda, Yto Barrada, Black Quantum Futurism, Helen Cammock, Maria Chávez, Kajsa Dahlberg, Kevin Jerome Everson, Brendan Fernandes, ektor garcia, Hicham Gardaf, Gerard & Kelly, Simon Gush, Sky Hopinka, Clare Hu, Samson Kambalu, Karrabing Film Collective, Victor Masayesva Jr., Rosalind Nashashibi, Katie Paterson, Dario Robleto, Finnegan Shannon, Mona Vatamanu and Florin Tudor. The exhibition, which includes a series of performances and film screenings, challenges the dominant modern conception of time as objective, divisible, and linear. The artworks explore how time is represented, lived, and contested in the catastrophic present.

Opening Reception
Wednesday, May 17, 5–7 pm

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Related Performances:
Sunday, May 21, 3–6 pm
Gerard & Kelly, Timelining, 2014

Sunday, May 28, 1–2:30 pm
Maria Chávez, HMI: Whitney ISP (HyperMemory Installation), 2023

Sunday, May 28, 3–3:30 pm 
Brendan Fernandes, A Solo Until We Can Dance Again, 2021–23

Sunday, May 28, 5–5:30 pm 
Brendan Fernandes, A Solo Until We Can Dance Again, 2021–23 accompanied by a DJ set by Maria Chávez

Related Film Screenings:
e-flux Screening Room, 172 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205

Saturday, May 20, 5 pm
Julieta Aranda and Anton Vidokle, Notes for a Time/Bank, 2012
Kajsa Dahlberg, Reach, Grasp, Move, Position, Apply Force, 2015
Mona Vatamanu and Florin Tudor, Omnia Communia Deserta, 2020
Hicham Gardaf, In Praise of Slowness, 2023

Thursday, May 25, 7pm
Helen Cammock, They Call It Idlewild, 2020
Karrabing Film Collective, Wutharr, Saltwater Dreams, 2016
Rosalind Nashashibi, Denim Sky, 2022

Admission is free and open to the public.

About the Whitney ISP Curatorial Program

The ISP provides a setting within which students pursuing art practice, curatorial work, art historical scholarship, and critical writing engage in ongoing discussions and debates that examine the historical, social, and intellectual conditions of artistic production.

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