HEARD MUSEUM PRESENTS
It’s First Digital Exhibition
Text and Images Courtesy of Heard Museum
Heard Museum’s digital exhibition, physical/digital:
representations of the body from the permanent
collection, is taking place in a virtual environment.
Above: Paula Rasmus Dede, Pedaling My Inner Child, Tricycle, glass beads, plastic, fabric, 26 x 21 x 33 in, 2008. Gift of the Artist. Image by Craig Smith for Heard Museum.
During this time of remoteness, social distancing and isolation, our corporeal relationship to the world, and to one another, is much altered. This exhibition seeks to look at the ways in which artists from the 20th and 21st centuries have approached representation of the body over the past 50 years, addressing and redressing the corporeal self in landscapes and spaces that ask us to question how we engage with and fit into those spaces in person and in the digital realm.
Participating artists include T.C. Cannon, Harry Fonseca, Bob Haozous, Frank Buffalo Hyde, Courtney M. Leonard, Cara Romero, Paula Rasus Dede, Fritz Scholder, Emmi Whitehorse, Will Wilson, and Steven J. Yazzie.
To view the entire exhibition, visit www.heard.org