• Miya Ando; ‘銀河 Ginga (Silver River);’ 2019; Courtesy the Artist and Socrates Sculpture Park
  • Alicja Kwade; ‘REVOLUTION (Gravitas);’ 2017; Courtesy the Artist, Socrates Sculpture Park, and 303 Gallery, New York.
  • Beatriz Cortez; ‘Tzolk’in,’ 2018; Courtesy the Artist, Socrates Sculpture Park, Clockshop, and Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles.
  • Eduardo Navarro, ‘Galactic Playground;’ 2019; Courtesy the Artist, Socrates Sculpture Park, and Galeria Nara Roesler
  • Heidi Neilson, ‘Moon Arrow – long duration;’ 2019; Courtesy the Artist and Socrates Sculpture Park
  • MDR (Maria D. Rapicavoli); ‘A Starry Messenger;’ 2019; Courtesy the Artist and Socrates Sculpture Park
  • Radcliffe Bailey; ‘Vessel III;’ 2018; Courtesy the Artist, Socrates Sculpture Park, and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
  • Oscar Santillán; ’Solaris: the desert looking at itself;’ 2017; Courtesy the Artist, Socrates Sculpture Park, and PARQUE Galería
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Chronos Cosmos: Deep Time, Open Space

News - 08/06/2019

Chronos Cosmos: Deep Time, Open Space transforms Socrates Sculpture Park into a gateway to the universe, presenting artworks that consider space, time, and matter in relationship to celestial entities and earth-bound processes. In the open-air environment of the Long Island City waterfront park, the exhibition uses scale to put the universe in context, creating connection points to space and time.

Informed by Earth’s place amid a vast universe, Chronos Cosmos: Deep Time, Open Space zooms far out – featuring cosmic perspectives, various scales of time and space, and speculative gestures. Each artist’s own notions of time, history, space, and site challenge the reigning system regulated by technocratic and colonial standards. 2 Together the works reveal a coexistence of disjointed times in our contemporary world: clocked and measured time, rhythmic biological time, earthly time, the flowing time of human experience, anticipatory time, historical and anachronistic time, serial and simultaneous time, as well as technologically mediated time. Situating a contemporary consciousness between the origins of the Earth and the expansion of the universe, these works each uniquely orient the viewer in time and space to produce a renewed sense of wonder toward our planet. This perspective creates potential for alternative modes of social relationships, sustainable human/planet co-existence, and political agency.

Socrates Sculpture Park
May 5 – September 3, 2019
Socrates is free and open to the public 365 days a year from 9am to sunset and is located at 32-01 Vernon Boulevard at the intersection of Broadway in Long Island City, New York.
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