The fifth Cornell Biennial featured 40 artists across 36 events from July through November 2022. Curated by Timothy Murray and hosted by the Cornell Council for the Arts, the 2022 Cornell Biennial has finally come to a close. Among the dozens of memories and keynotes, here are just a few highlights from the last five months.
Sara Jimenez’s At what point does the world unfold? installation, with a video that can be viewed on her Instagram.
Mendi and Keith Obadike’s performance of sound and light, Difference Tones, pictured below.
Paul Vanouse’s plenary performance, America Project, which involved collecting samples from dozens of volunteers.
Ken Feingold’s robotic artificial intelligence installation, The Animal, Vegetable, Mineralness of Everything.
NFT artworks by Zhang Huan and Cindy Ng Sio Leng, on display at Cornell Tech NYC.
Oupa Sibeko’s performance and installation, and Gustavo Nazareno’s artwork, curated by student awardees of the Mellon Public Curatorial Expression Program.
The opening of Material Resistance, a gallery exhibition and workshop (featuring Social Justice Sewing Academy), curated by student awardees of the Mellon Public Curatorial Expression Program.
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