And, Apollo: A Laboratory, a solo exhibition by Dean Erdmann, was on at the Vera List Center For Art and Politics at The New School, New York, running January 16 to February 11.
With glass sculpture, mixed media and video, the work evoked cultural aspects of the Mojave desert where the artist grew up — from ATVs, the Cold War to meth use — threading a web of surprising historical and technological linkages. As the press text states: “What might seem to be unrelated histories and cultural expressions, rituals or diseases are distilled into a complex narrative that crystallizes intersections between the deeply personal and geopolitical.”**
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