“Marina Abramović, with humor,” I heard co-curator Sullivan say, concisely describing the energy of Wright’s work. In one video on view from 2016, we see the young artist wearing an elaborate costume meant to evoke flames; she’s walking on the frozen surface of Lake Champlain in Vermont. She slowly approaches the camera before unexpectedly collapsing and sinking through a hole in the ice, intentionally re-performing a similar accident that befell her when she was a teenager. (This time around, a support team, not visible on camera, was on hand to prevent an actual tragedy.) The two-channel work I Scream, Therefore I Exist (2011), shot in swimming pools in Florida and the Bahamas, finds the camera bobbing above and under the water. Submerged, we watch Wright, surrounded by various senior citizens who aren’t aware they’re being filmed, as she yells her heart out underwater. That passionate, silent shout, the curators suggest, might resonate with how some Americans feel in the current political environment.