Pace Gallery presents a multi-media installation by Torkwase Dyson

Pace Gallery presents a multi-media installation by Torkwase Dyson

Pace Gallery inaugurates its new gallery at 5 Hanover Square with Liquid a Place, a collaborative performance and multi-media installation by Torkwase Dyson commissioned and presented by Pace Live. On view October 8 – November 6, Dyson transforms one of the new gallery spaces with a series of sculptures, activated by a site-specific sound piece. Dyson describes her practice through the lens of painting while working across a breadth of mediums, including performance, sculpture, film, and drawing among others. Dyson’s work facilitates conversations around the relationship between Black and Brown bodies and the surrounding environment. Using her incisive and original vision, she explores the continuity between ecology, infrastructure, and architecture across time and space. Black Compositional Thought—a working philosophy Dyson uses to consider how bodies of water, geographies and other physical and non-physical spa
Pace Gallery inaugurates its new gallery at 5 Hanover Square with Liquid a Place, a collaborative performance and multi-media installation by Torkwase Dyson commissioned and presented by Pace Live. On view October 8 – November 6, Dyson transforms one of the new gallery spaces with a series of sculptures, activated by a site-specific sound piece. Dyson describes her practice through the lens of painting while working across a breadth of mediums, including performance, sculpture, film, and drawing among others. Dyson’s work facilitates conversations around the relationship between Black and Brown bodies and the surrounding environment. Using her incisive and original vision, she explores the continuity between ecology, infrastructure, and architecture across time and space. Black Compositional Thought—a working philosophy Dyson uses to consider how bodies of water, geographies and other physical and non-physical spa