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  • B. Ingrid Olson, Run-on, fold and split, 2019–20, ink-jet print, UV-printed mat board, powder-coated aluminum frame, 24 × 16".

    B. Ingrid Olson, Run-on, fold and split, 2019–20, ink-jet print, UV-printed mat board, powder-coated aluminum frame, 24 × 16".

    B. Ingrid Olson

    Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts

    B. Ingrid Olson’s concurrent exhibitions, “History Mother” and “Little Sister,” draw us into a consideration of the intersecting and meandering temporalities of fashioning a life and making art. Olson’s works derive their power from being insistently liminal, operating somewhere between bodies, mediums, and moments in time. It is precisely this slipperiness that yields subtle yet incisive feminist critique.

    Olson introduces these preoccupations in Proto Coda, Index, 2016–22, a sculptural installation and mini retrospective of sorts. Three perpendicularly conjoined walls function as supports for

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