May 1 - July 31, 2017
Charlotte Prodger: Subtotal
Charlotte Prodger's United States debut will feature new and existing works taking on the dérive as a storytelling device. Using sound and moving image, Prodger interweaves narrative fragments that imbed time and place through her subjectivity. Disparate topics and sites become linked through her lens. Her site-responsive sculptural works also perform a subtle peeling of the architectural space, rendering details visible.
This exhibition marks the U.S. premier of Prodger's new video work, BRIDGIT (2016), shot entirely on her iPhone which she approaches as a prosthesis - almost an extension of the nervous system. Taking its title from the Neolithic deity, BRIDGIT is a journey across vast time periods and landscapes, focusing on female attachments that include friends and shape-shifting entities, among other figures of admiration. The exhibition includes new works on paper as well as a new sculpture that bridges the exhibition site and the video by connecting the dimensions and qualities of the building to the content and form of the video projection.
Charlotte Prodger: Subtotal is curated by SculptureCenter Curator Ruba Katrib and will be accompanied by a color publication.
Charlotte Prodger (born 1974 in Bournemouth, UK; lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland) received her BA from Goldsmiths College and an MFA from the Glasgow School of Art. Solo exhibitions include Kunstverein Düsseldorf (2016); BRIDGIT, Hollybush Gardens, London (2016); 8004-8019, Spike Island, Bristol (2015); Nephatiti, Glasgow International Director's Programme, McLellan Galleries, Glasgow (2014); and :-*, CCA Intermedia, Glasgow (2012). She has exhibited in group shows such as British Art Show 8, Hayward Touring (2015-17); Art Now: The Weight of Data, Tate Britain, London (2015); The Secret Life, Murray Guy, New York (2015); An Interior That Remains an Exterior, Künstlerhaus Graz, Austria (2015); Holes in The Wall, Kunsthalle Freiburg, Switzerland (2013); and Frozen Lakes, Artists Space, New York (2013). Prodger was shortlisted for the 2013 Jarman Award and received the Margaret Tait Award in 2014.