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Anthony Titus

Ruptures and Reconciliations

July 17–October 24, 2021

 Anthony Titus is an artist, architect, and educator whose work exemplifies ’T’ Space’s mission to synthesize the arts across disciplines. Titus’ works originate from poetry excerpts from Richard Wright’s Haiku which are transposed into fluid monochromatic compositions that create a dance between light, space, and color. Anthony Titus describes the process of making the works as “a cycle of making, unmaking, and remaking” that closely mirrors how “the current social fabric seems to be coming apart in ways that are unprecedented.” Being one of the most influential African- American writers, Wright’s works is a fitting vantage point to contemplate on the societal tensions of the moment.

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Anthony Titus is an artist and architect whose practice explores the uniquely constructed spaces between architecture, painting and sculpture. Parallel to his art practice, Titus has taught architecture and art since 2002. He is currently a tenured professor of architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and he is the recipient of a 2013 research grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. He received his undergraduate degree in architecture from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, and a graduate degree in fine art from the University of Chicago. Anthony Titus is creating a site-specific a painterly and architectural installation that engages the internal gallery space and exterior landscape of the ‘T’ Space. As part of ‘T’ Space’s traveling exhibitions program, this exhibition will travel to partner galleries and universities.

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