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This online presentation of new paintings and digital collages by Caitlin Cherry, entitled Corps Sonore (“sonorous body”), is accompanied by an essay by artist, writer and media theorist Marisa Olson who expands upon the work. Visit our viewing room for the full experience.

Press Release

IN A PRACTICE THAT COMBINES painting, sculpture, and installation Caitlin Cherry (b.1987, Chicago, IL) addresses Black femininity filtered through the media on which it is viewed and consumed—the screens and interfaces of our phones and laptops. Cherry draws from traditions of art history through an exploration of the protocols of painting, integrating cultural theories on race, gender, class, …

IN A PRACTICE THAT COMBINES painting, sculpture, and installation Caitlin Cherry (b.1987, Chicago, IL) addresses Black femininity filtered through the media on which it is viewed and consumed—the screens and interfaces of our phones and laptops. Cherry draws from traditions of art history through an exploration of the protocols of painting, integrating cultural theories on race, gender, class, and the impact of technologies. This online presentation of new paintings and digital collages by Caitlin Cherry, entitled Corps Sonore (“sonorous body”), is accompanied by an essay by artist, writer …