Remai Modern: Postcommodity opens largest museum show yet
In the Indigenous collective’s most significant museum presentation to date, Postcommodity fills two of Remai Modern’s largest gallery spaces, with other works sited throughout the museum. The works in Time Holds All the Answers—ranging from architecturally-scaled sculpture to immersive multimedia installations and sound pieces—touch on subjects including “resource extraction and land use, toxicity and containment, intersections of the global market with human elders, translation across Indigenous and colonial languages, and the mythologies of modern art and architecture.”
The exhibition, on view September 18, 2021 to January 23, 2022, has been captured in a new publication. The monograph includes new knowledge on the interdisciplinary collective’s practice, including essays by exhibition curator Dr. Gerald McMaster, writer and cultural activist Roberto Bedoya, art historian Elise Y. Chagas, and others.