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Caroline Monnet: River Flows Through Bent Trees

Caroline Monnet: River Flows Through Bent Trees

For this new solo site-specific installation, Caroline Monnet (Anishinaabe/French) interweaves inspiration from eel trap pots made by Indigenous people of the Chesapeake Bay watershed along with traditional Anishinaabe longhouses. The artist responds to the Museum’s architecture as a departure point for her distinct aesthetic vocabulary, which inscribes traditional Anishinaabe motifs and cultural practices within contemporary forms and materials. Optically vibrating and resonating outwards, the forms forcefully claim space while also reflecting both a sense of reception and transmission. Through doing so, the artist and her work affirm the long-denied place of Indigenous people within the world of museums and the fabric of society at large.

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Friday, June 14, 2024, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Repeats weekly Sunday and Wednesday and Thursday and Friday and Saturday -- until Sunday December 1, 2024 -- except Wednesday June 19, 2024, Thursday July 4, 2024, Thursday November 28, 2024.
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