Join Cranbrook Academy of Art at the deSalle Auditorium for a free public lecture from artist, Gordon Hall. Hall will present a slide lecture about their sculpture and performance practice over the last five years. Please enter the auditorium through Cranbrook Art Museum.

Gordon Hall is a sculptor, performance-maker, and writer based in New York. Hall has presented solo exhibitions at Portland Institute for Contemporary Art in 2019; MIT List Visual Arts Center and The Renaissance Society in 2018; Temple Contemporary in 2016; and EMPAC in 2014, among others. Hall’s sculptures and performances have been exhibited in a variety of group settings including AIR Gallery in 2021; Verge Center for the Arts in 2019, The Drawing Center in 2018, Socrates Sculpture Park, Wysing Arts Center, and Abrons Arts Center in 2017; Art in General in 2016; White Columns, Whitney Museum of American Art, and Hessel Museum at Bard College in 2015; and The Brooklyn Museum in 2014, among many other venues. Hall’s books include Other People’s Houses (AIR Gallery, 2021); The Number of Inches Between Them (MIT 2019); OVER-BELIEFS, Gordon Hall Collected Writing 2011-2018 (PICA/Container Corps, 2019); Reading Things—Gordon Hall on Gender, Sculpture, and Relearning How To See (Walker Art Center, 2016), and AND PER SE AND (Art in General, 2016).

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