(Image by Fredrik Brauer. Courtesy of the artist and Anat Ebgi Gallery.) Cosmo Whyte’s Sole Imperial, 2019, Plywood, 12 Speakers, 3 Horns, 15 Tweeters. Lux Art Institut is presenting the first Artist-in-Residence of its 14th season, Cosmo Whyte, with an exhibition on view from Sept. 10 – Nov. 10.
Whyte explores the liminal spaces inhabited by migrants as he connects his personal experiences growing up in Jamaica to his current struggles with assimilation as an immigrant in the United States. He questions societal constructs such as racially designated identities, nation-building, migrant displacement, complex histories, and cultural appropriation in relation to […]