Apr 3–24, 2015 at the Arts Incubator Gallery


Apr 3–24, 2015

Opening Reception

Fri, Apr 10, 6–9 pm

exceptional/respectable is a solo exhibition of new work by Arts + Public Life and Center for the Study of Race, Politics & Culture artist-in-residence James T. Green. 

The internet is the equalizer. Conversations by news sources conflict with bystanders on site with a camera. Online technologies are used to document and honor fallen members of communities. A widely shared image becomes the memorial. Memories are off-loaded to digital devices. Honor is served with virtual acts of protest. Life is dedicated to pondering the actions and reactions of others. Minds are filled with input; the body desires an output. 

In exceptional/respectable, conceptual artist Green’s work becomes his visceral output towards the barrage of the 24-hour news cycle, respectability politics, and the conflict between contemplation and action.


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