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  • Emily Roysdon, Untitled, 2010, color photograph, 24 x 24".

    Emily Roysdon

    Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA)

    “If I Don’t Move Can You Hear Me?”—Emily Roysdon’s first solo US exhibition—investigated the ways in which individual and social bodies communicate. Engaging the grammars and conventions—linguistic, architectural, institutional, or otherwise—that govern public expression and intelligibility, the show featured an installation of screen-printed and collaged photographs, a zine produced by Roysdon on site, as well as a video created in Stockholm this past fall. (These elements plus another new work are on view at New York’s Art in General through May 7.) A sense of the unfinished

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