CMA at Transformer Station Exhibition Opening: Dan Graham/Rocks
Organized in collaboration with the artist, this show revolves around Graham’s interest and involvement with rock and roll, with which Cleveland has a long and notorious history.
Featuring the artist's seminal video Rock My Religion, a recent example of his large-scale pavilions, as well as photographs and prints, Dan Graham/Rocks highlights the intersection of rock and roll music and suburban domesticity.
Graham’s video, Rock My Religion, will be shown in one of the artist’s signature large-scale pavilions, made from “two-way mirror glass,” which creates a space where spectators can see themselves seeing, or being seen. The show also features Graham’s photographs of suburban tract housing, documenting and deconstructing the egalitarian façade of suburban life.
See below for images from the installation:
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