Concentrations 45: Helen Mirra

Begin Date2004-10-07
End Date2005-01-02
Last Harvested At2022-10-29
Credit LineConcentrations 45: Helen Mirra, 'Sudden and creeping violence' is organized by the Dallas Museum of Art. Exhibition support is by the Donor Circle Membership Program through a leadership gift of Claire Dewar.
LocationMuseum of Contemporary Art
OrganizerDallas Museum of Art
DescriptionThe Dallas Museum of Art continues its Concentrations series, a project-based program focusing on international emerging talent, with "Concentrations 45: Helen Mirra, "Sudden and creeping violence," which features sculptures and a sound-video installation by the Chicago-based artist. Mirra's work, which is best known for exploring the relationship between the natural world and the people who inhabit it, brings the viewer to a conciliatory realization in Concentrations 45: Helen Mirra, "Sudden and creeping violence." The exhibition features a sound-video installation entitled "Arrow" (2002) and sculptures on the floor and wall made out of reclaimed shipping pallets.