ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- Ellipsis is the new exhibition at The Pulitzer Arts Foundation that invites you to listen, look, touch, taste, and more, a true celebration of all the senses.
In the main gallery, Janet Cardiff’s The Forty Part Motet channels the voices of forty choral singers into separate audio speakers. Felix Gonzalez-Torres’s Untitled presents a large sculpture comprised of candy that can be removed and eaten, erasing the work over time.
Also part of Ellipsis, is the Foundation's first commissioned video poem. The video, titled "Whiteness, Inc.," critiques media presentations of whiteness as more beautiful than other skin colors and was created by acclaimed poet Claudia Rankine and filmmaker John Lucas.
The Pulitzer is open Wednesday through Saturday and is located at 3716 Washington Blvd. in Grand Center.
For more on Ellipsis, check out Calvin Wilson’s article in Sunday’s A&E section of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Website: Pulitzer Arts Foundation