Time as Landscape: Inquiries of Art and Science
“Time as Landscape: Inquires of Art and Science,” opens to the public September 29 and runs through December 31, 2017 at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum on the campus of Rollins College.
The exhibition features works on loan and in the Museum’s collection from artists Lucas Arruda, Darren Almond, Rosa Barba, Luis Camnitzer, Julia Dault, Tacita Dean, Noah Doely, Spencer Finch, Charles Gaines, Camille Henrot, On Kawara, Tom LaDuke, Julie Mehretu, Richard Mosse, Trevor Paglen, Howardena Pindell, Thiago Rocha Pitta, Dawn Roe, Tomás Saraceno, Yinka Shonibare, Xaviera Simmons, Sarah Sze, Sara VanDerBeek, and Lawrence Weiner.
Recent acquistions of work by Mehretu, Mosse, and Camnitzer debut in the exhibition. The Alfond Inn at Rollins, the Museum's satellite contemporary space, simultaneously unveils a new installation by Tomás Saraceno. Curated by Amy Galpin and Abigail Ross Goodman, "Time as Landscape" is accompanied by a catalogue which includes essays by the curators and Trevor Paglen's text "Geographies of Time."
The Cornell Fine Arts Museum, located on the Rollins College campus, has free admission and is open year-round with works also on view nearby at The Alfond Inn. No reservations or tickets are required for this event. Free parking available on campus and in the SunTrust Garage on Lyman Avenue with a Museum-validated parking stub. The museum is closed on Mondays, during major holidays and for installation of new exhibitions.