Emily Roysdon: If I Don't Move Can You Hear Me? / MATRIX 235

December 12, 2010–March 6, 2011

Artist and writer Emily Roysdon's work explores the intersection of social, political, and aesthetic space. Roysdon's MATRIX project, produced largely on-site in Berkeley, consists of photographic work that engages with the limits, framing, and representation of movement(s), both bodily movement and social/political movements. As part of her collaborative practice, Roysdon has invited other writers to consider the project's vocabulary of use, regulation, structure, and frame in a publication that accompanies the exhibition.

  • above, from top Emily Roysdon: Impossible Always Arrives (I'm Sorry 1), 2010 Impossible Always Arrives (I’m Sorry 2), 2010 Impossible Always Arrives (bas relief), 2010 All: Collage of digital chromogenic, paper lithograph, and wood block prints; 35 × 48 in.; printed with Marina Ancona at 10 Grand Press, Brooklyn, NY, courtesy of the artist.

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