On view September 12–December 17, 2017

Saya Woolfalk, The Four Virtues (Prudence), 2017: Image of a masked human figure wearing an elaborate and colorful costume, standing in front of a black background
Saya Woolfalk, The Four Virtues (Prudence), 2017.

Saya Woolfalk: Life Products and the ChimaCloud is the third installment of the ongoing Rotherwas Project exhibition series, which situates contemporary art in the Mead’s historic Rotherwas Room. Woolfalk, a New York multimedia artist, uses science-fiction and fantasy in her work as she explores science, race, sex and hybridity, traversing a range of topics including culture, race, and globalization in a way that encourages museum-goers to reflect on their own cultural consciousness.

The exhibition is organized by Vanja Malloy, curator of American art.

Related Event

Fall Exhibitions Opening
Tuesday, Sept. 12, 5–8 p.m.
Mead Art Museum

All are invited to celebrate the opening of this exhibition on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Curatorial remarks begin at 5 p.m. with a reception to follow from 6–8 p.m. The event is free and open to all.