Group Show: An Anthropology of Everything

Typewriter on the ground with a blank piece of paper hanging from the top overlooking a city with trees in the distance.

An Anthropology of Everything brings together a group of artists investigating textualization, poetics, sound, and research as a way of investigating the relationship of the self, the social and cultural, and material histories. The exhibition includes work by Bonnie Jones, Alex Hamrick, Michelle Parece, Manfred Werder, Natalie Neumaier, Asha Sheshadri, Joseph Clayton Mills, and Marvin Tate and was curated by Morgan Evans-Weiler (M.F.A. '21).

Funded in part by the Cornell Council for the Arts. 

During spring 2021, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art is available to Cornell students, faculty, and staff authorized to be on campus. Please call to make an appointment to view the exhibition at (607) 255-6464, and use the side entrance (Gussman Wing) to enter the museum; the main entrance (Appel Lobby) is closed due to construction.

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