Meg Webster, Onyedika Chuke, and Muna Malik
June 12 - Oct 31
The Arts Center at Governors Island
LMCC is thrilled to announce that The Arts Center at Governors Island—the first year-round, permanent home for the arts on Governors Island curated and presented by LMCC—will re-open to the public on June 12 with commissioned, site-specific exhibitions by internationally renowned artists Meg Webster and Onyedika Chuke and a participatory sculpture installation by Muna Malik.
Running through October 31, the 2021 season presentations push us to examine the fixity of the surrounding world, prompting us to question our social, environmental, and personal structures of justice and our understandings of sustainability. In this exploration, water becomes the undercurrent of the exhibited works at The Arts Center: physically, as the vital life source with which we nourish and grow; and metaphysically, as the ever shifting entity whose flows inform new ways to interact with and reimagine the world around us.
Appropriate COVID-19 public health protocols will be in place. As always, all programming and events at The Arts Center are free and open to the public, and all are welcome.
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