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Vitreous Humour at KANSAS / New York

Vitreous Humour

Robert Bordo, Tova Carlin, Christopher Hanrahan, Adam Henry, Barbara Kasten, Rob McLeish, Scott Nedrelow & Davina Semo

January 10 – February 14, 2016 


210 Rivington Str
NY 10002
New York


Scott Nedrelow
Viewfinder Sculpture  2016
Single-channel ultra high-definition video, inkjet print, ladder
46 x 25 x 30 in/ 116.8 x 63.5 x 76.2 cm

Installation View
Vitreous Humour


Adam Henry
A Complete Compression  2016
Synthetic polymers on linen and wood
78 3/4 x 27 in/ 198.8 x 68.6 cm

Installation View
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Tova Carlin
Heat That Last Translation in 90 Seconds  2016
Inkjet print
70 x 34.25 in/ 117.8 x 87 cm

Devina Semo
I AM A PATIENT GIRL; I WAIT I WAIT I WAIT I WAIT  2015
Steel folding chairs, cast stainless steel
Dimensions variable

Installation View
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Christopher Hanrahan
A Stage (for BF)  2012
Embroidered fabric
100 x 130 in/ 254 x 330 cm

Installation View
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Barbara Kasten
Transposition 17,  2014
Fujiflex digital print
60 x 48 in/ 121.9 x 152.4 cm
Unique + 1 AP

Rob McLeish
Automatic Faggot for the People  2010
Stainless steel
6 x 47 x 10 in/ 16 x 120 x 25.4 cm

Robert Bordo
Snap  2015
Oil on canvas
14 z 11 in/ 35.6 x 27.9 cm


KANSAS is pleased to announce Vitreous Humour with Robert Bordo, Tova Carlin, Christopher Hanrahan, Adam Henry, Barbara Kasten, Rob McLeish, Scott Nedrelow and Davina Semo. Opening January 10, the exhibition will run through February 14, 2016.


Vitreous Humour brings together a group of contemporary artists working in a variety of mediums whose work evidences an exploration in “image-resolution” and multi-meaning that interrogates the intersections of reality and understanding. The show's title is an anatomical term which refers to the liquid between the lens and retina of the human eyeball. The liquid (humour) being the passageway or threshold between fact (lens) and interpretation (retina); the liquidity of distortion and misinterpretation.