Société will be exhibiting the latest solo exhibition of artist and poet Bunny Rogers titled Columbine Library at their Berlin space from June 24 to August 8.
Inspired by the Columbine High School massacre of 1999, Bunny’s exhibition uses a multitude of media to explore themes that have become synonymous with her work: evolution, grief, demise.
Through drawings, videos, writings, readings and a large-scale installation of the infamous library, Bunny explores tragedy and loss using various characters, including that of Joan of Arc.
This exhibition comes on the heels of Bunny’s latest book launch, titled Cunny Poem Vol. 1, at Brooklyn’s Issue Project Room on July 2.
See the Société exhibition page for details. **
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