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The Personal Is Political: Ellen Rothenberg at Sector 2337

by James Pepper Kelly
In experiencing , Ellen Rothenberg’s solo exhibition at Sector 2337, there’s a moment when you realize that you’re not going to get any answers. Nothing conclusive, that is. Rothenberg’s approach to making—performative, research-based explorations of personal/political history—has no time for neat folding-up. The plethora of media on display—ranging in scale from large lean-tos to shifting photocopies of books—all of these give the impression of a slowly shifting organic system complex as a... [more]
Posted by James Pepper Kelly on 5/27/15