Imminence, a Life

In a very slightly different parallel universe Giles Deleuze misspelled the title to his famous essay, “Immanence: a Life”, setting off an unexpected and unintentional trajectory for contemporary theory, provoking a body of thinkers engaging time less through missives on utopias and dystopias but through articulating the immanence of imminence—the dwelling of the future in the consciousness of the present. Imminence: A Life is my response to this (unrealized) intellectual tradition, with the aim of exploring the temporalities that sculpture and other object-based mediums guard and preserve for us in the perceptual encounter.

This exhibition of installation, sculpture, and sculptural works on paper was exhibited at Threewalls gallery in Chicago.

Photos taken by Paul Germanos and Clare Britt