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  • Installation view of Caroline Monnet's vinyl atrium installation.

    'This Land' by Caroline Monnet

    As The Gund’s inaugural atrium commission, "This Land," a site-specific installation by French-Anishinaabe artist Caroline Monnet, speaks about indigenous cultural identity in relation to the land. Monnet takes influence from her Anishinaabe cultural heritage, drawing from traditional designs found on birch bark baskets and beadwork to create the intricate patterns covering the glass panels of the atrium.

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  • Abigail Deville, "Light of Freedom," photo by Calista Lyon.

    'Light of Freedom' by Abigail Deville

    In response to history and the present, "Light of Freedom" reflects the despair and the exultation of a turbulent period of pandemic and protest. The project is a newly commissioned outdoor sculpture.

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  • Ming Smith, "Judith Jamison," courtesy of Ming Smith Studio and The Gund at Kenyon College.

    Spanning from the 1970s to the present day, this exhibition reflects on American artist Ming Smith’s early and formative years traveling in Europe and examines how these experiences have shaped her practice and continue to influence her more recent work.

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  • Miroslaw Balka, "68x(200x8x8)Heaven" installation view. Photo courtesy of Scrap Metal Gallery, Toronto.

    '68(200x8x8)Heaven' by Miroslaw Balka

    Balka’s work is marked by its simplicity and the space he leaves between things. The artist’s body and studio are often his starting points, informing the scale and materiality of his works, which span ash, felt, salt, hair, soap, wood, steel and concrete. The human body’s relationship to the built environment is always present, which reverberates as visitors experience his work.

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  • Ragnar Kjartansson, still from "The Man" video, collection of The Gund at Kenyon College

    'The Man' by Ragnar Kjartansson

    Each of Kjartansson's videos is a multi-layered exploration of human experience. By placing his characters in settings that defy expectations and challenge conventions, he invites audiences to reconsider their perceptions of reality and the mundane.

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  • Roman Ondak, "Measuring the Universe," wall installation. Courtesy of the Rennie Collection, Vancouver. Photo by Blaine Campbel.

    'Measuring the Universe' by Roman Ondak

    Ondak blurs the boundaries between art and everyday life to explore the gap in between. This work counts on the spontaneous participation of visitors entering the gallery space. At the intersection of public art and site-specific installation, Ondak’s piece engages everyone through the mundane and yet familiar exercise of being measured (height) with the name and date of their visit inscribed directly on the gallery walls.

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  • Naudline Pierre, "Find What You Need," collection of Renee '75 and Stewart Peck '74.

    The Gund presents an exhibition featuring artworks from the collections of our alumni. This curated selection introduces new voices and perspectives, enriching understanding and appreciation of modern and contemporary art.

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