Multiple bones mounted atop gold rods with butterflies attached to each creating a sort of "forest."

Member Preview Days | Dario Robleto: The Signal

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Event Date

  • Saturday, May 11, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Event Description

Carter members and their guests have the first chance to visit Dario Robleto: The Signal. Blending art and science, this exhibition highlights Robleto’s multiyear exploration of the Golden Record. The centerpiece of the exhibition is Robleto’s newly commissioned work Ancient Beacons Long for Notice, an immersive film that is the third and final installment in a trilogy of video and sound installations that comprise Robleto’s years-long investigation of the scientific, philosophical, and moral tensions of attempts to represent the totality of human life even when humans cease to exist.

Free for members. No registration required. Bring your membership card to the Information Desk for admittance.

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Header Image Credit

Image: Dario Robleto (b. 1972), American Seabed (detail), 2014, fossilized prehistoric whale ear bones salvaged from the sea (1 to 10 million years), various butterflies, butterfly antennae made from stretched and pulled audiotape recordings of Bob Dylan’s “Desolation Row,” concrete, ocean water, pigments, coral, brass, steel, Plexiglas, Courtesy of the artist, © Dario Robleto

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