Three men hold the heads of Chinese dragons over their heads. Two of them stand on a table and tuck their white shirts into the legs and feet of the dragon. Another stands atop a pile of six red benches. Behind them is a black curtain; and beside them is a red drum and a banner, on which are printed numerous chinese characters.

Seeing Sound

‘Seeing Sound’ is a series of exhibitions that explores sound as a material and dynamic branch of contemporary art practices.

A large, craggy-edged and shiny black rock surrounded by bright yellow archway with a reflective pink background.

Pangea: Hannah Newman

Carnation Contemporary is pleased to present Pangea, a solo show featuring recent work by Hannah Newman. Pangea releases a stream of potential energy from language and inanimate objects, sending resources and bodies into intersecting orbits.

A color photograph of a black and white printed image crumpled and crushed so the original image is entirely destroyed, except in the center where an open mouth is mostly visible. The ink on the paper has worn off at the edges of the creases, leaving stark white lines.

Christian Marclay

Fraenkel Gallery is pleased to present new work by Christian Marclay. Featuring collage, video animation, and photography, the exhibition explores the visual representation of sound and voice.