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Exhibition at Industry City

Singing in Unison: Artists Need to Create On the Same Scale That Society Has the Capacity to Destroy

Curated by Phong H. Bui and Cal McKeever

September 23–December 17, 2022

Posted September 1, 2022

Kady JLKR was recently selected for inclusion in Rail Curatorial Projects' new exhibtion Singing in Unison. This is the seventh installment of an ongoing exhibition series at Industry City, inspired by an underlying philosophy that runs through American history: one which advocates for “the art of joining,” an essential gesture to heal our divided social and political life.

Once a postage facility, the popup site measures 16,000 square feet, and has been remodeled to showcase works made by artists young and old, taught and self taught, free from labels. These unique contributions, seen as a democratic vista, represent a symphony of individual creations that celebrates culture for all.

Curators Phong H. Bui and Cal McKeever (pictured above with Charles F. Stuckey) chose her artwork, Central Park — Derald (2007–19), placing it along side other notable artists including Terry Adkins, Jennifer Bartlett, Tony Bechara, Emma Bee Bernstein, Lauren Bon & Metabolic Studio, Katherine Bradford, Phong H. Bui, Chris Burden, Russel Craig, Thornton Dial, Mark Dion, James Drinkwater, Mitch Epstein, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Rico Gatson, Tamara Gonzales, Guy Goodwin, Ron Gorchov, Joanne Greenbaum, Peter Halley, Josephine Halvorson, John Hatfield, EJ Hauser, Y.Z. Kami, Benjamin Keating, Alain Kirili, Richard Kraft, Nemo Librizzi, Vera Lutter, Chris Martin, Metabolic Studio Optics Division, Metabolic Studio Optic Division, Metabolic Studio Sonic Division, Andrew Moeller, Loren Munk, Warren Neidich, Louis Osmosis, Tony Oursler, Jared Owens, Paul Pagk, James Prosek, Ishmael Randall-Weeks, Jimmy Raskin, David Reed, Matthew Ritchie, E.B. Roberts, Dorothea Rockburne, Ugo Rondinone, Clifford Ross, Nancy Rubins, Cordy Ryman, Sean Scully, Julian Schnabel, Dana Sherwood, Jonathan Silver, Arthur Simms, Kiki Smith. Joan Snyder, Students of P.S. 220, Carol Szymanski, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Charles H. Traub, Liliane Tomasko, Martha Tuttle, Uman, Tomas Vu, Bob Witz, and Purvis Young.