Feb 28 – Mar 28, 2008
Artists: Nubar Alexanian, Hans Haacke, Adam Helms, Natasha Mayers, Walid Raad, Susan Seubert
Untraceable is an exhibition of artists’ responses to political control, violence and torture, inspired by the work of Reed College political science professor Darius Rejali, an internationally recognized expert on modern torture and the author of Torture and Democracy (Princeton, 2007). Untraceable explores explores political violence and oppression, specifically the symbolism and psychology of torture.
The group exhibition runs February 28 – March 28 and is curated by Stephanie Snyder, Curator, Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery, Reed College, with contributions by Stuart Horodner, Curator, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, Georgia and Mack McFarland, Exhibitions Coordinator, Pacific Northwest College of Art.