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A series of performances by participating artists accompanies the exhibition, which is presented in two parts: Part I, Sept. 7, 2013, at the Grey Art Gallery, NYU; Part II, Nov. Leonardo, Kerry James Marshall, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, Dulce Pinzón, Pope.
L, and facilitated by faculty, students, staff and community members of the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts to reflect on issues of connectedness, home and immigration.
The exhibition comprises more than 100 works by some 36 artists, including video and photo documentation of performances, performance scores and installations, interactive works, and artworks created as a result of performance actions.
Radical Presence chronicles the emergence and develop- ment of African American performance practices in contemporary art.
In addition to the live performances occurring three days a week, there will be several broadcasts of the pre-recorded text will play at select documenta 14 by more than 50 international artists who have taken to the street to play detective, make fantastic maps, scavenge and shop for new materials, launch guerrilla campaigns, and make provocative spectacles of themselves to speak to issues as diverse as commodity fetishism, gentrification, gender politics, globalization, racism, and homelessness. Included alongside such signature artworks as Sigmar Polke’s Mrs.
Autumn and Her Two Daughters (1991) are major acquisitions on view here for the first time, including Ericka Beckman’s You The Better, Film Installation (1983/2015), Adrian Piper’s The Mythic Being: Sol’s Drawing #1–5 (1974), and Renée Green’s Bequest (1991), among other featured pieces.