“Between the Ticks of the Watch”: Goutam Ghosh at The Renaissance Society, University of Chicago

Goutam Ghosh
Between the Ticks of the Watch
Curated by Solveig Øvstebø
The Renaissance Society, University of Chicago
April 24 – June 26, 2016

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Goutam Ghosh, “Vector”, 2015

What we understand to be true is continually honed by the dialectic between skepticism and certainty. Doubt can be an essential epistemological method for identifying new avenues of inquiry, opening space for the germination of novel forms and concepts. At the same time, doubt also eats away at the foundation of understanding itself, calling into question the very possibility of knowledge.

Curated by Solveig Øvstebø, Between the Ticks of the Watch presents a platform for considering doubt as both a state of mind and pragmatic tool. Rather than defining the concept, the exhibition traces how uncertainty manifests itself. In different ways, the artworks presented and accompanying program of talks and screenings offer glimpses of how the condition of doubt permeates questions of scientific verification, identity, construction of language, and broader philosophical concerns.

“Between the Ticks of the Watch”: Goutam Ghosh at The Renaissance Society, University of Chicago

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