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Assembled from a wide range of found and reclaimed materials, Hodge pairs urban detritus with symbols and pronouncements drawn from song lyrics and album covers, forming a nuanced duality wherein fragments of everyday urban life become conduits of artistic expression.

Press Release

Freight+Volume is very excited to announce Robert Hodge's first major solo exhibition in NYC, Rhythm for the Suffering. Following a two-month residency at San Antonio's Artpace, as well as a winter project at Arts+Leisure in NYC, the artist presents a new body of allusive multi-media work, probing themes of cultural identity and resilience within a framework of dynamically layered …

Freight+Volume is very excited to announce Robert Hodge's first major solo exhibition in NYC, Rhythm for the Suffering. Following a two-month residency at San Antonio's Artpace, as well as a winter project at Arts+Leisure in NYC, the artist presents a new body of allusive multi-media work, probing themes of cultural identity and resilience within a framework of dynamically layered narratives and source materials.

Robert Hodge's work is recognizable by its intense, self-assured materiality. Assembled from a wide range of found and reclaimed materials, the work’s heavily textured …