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MAKE.MEDIA.MATTER is an exhibition of media art, following the material turn in media studies and art practice. Presenting works ranging from video and media installations Read More »


Featuring common objects found at various immigrant holiday ceremonies, Ezra Wube creates a bright and ever-changing world full of color and delight. Through mass migration Read More »

Ernesto Burgos: Implications

The sweeping gestures of Ernesto Burgos’ work exist almost as an affront to gravity. The sculptures rest in a natural state of tension—formed through the Read More »

Collected Views: I Am Here

In this moment with heightened emphasis on place, regulations surrounding borders, and those situated inside and outside of them, this exhibition considers the landscape. Landscape Read More »

Hot Spots: Radioactivity and the Landscape

Hot Spots: Radioactivity and the Landscape brings together 18 international artists and art collectives who examine the environmental impact of military and industrial production and Read More »

Kambui Olujimi: Zulu Time

Kambui Olujimi is a Brooklyn native whose multi-disciplinary practice calls attention to the assumptions that underlie our understanding of the world at large. In Kambui Olujimi: Read More »

BRACHA: Pietà – Eurydice – Medusa

BRACHA: Pietà – Eurydice – Medusa is the largest comprehensive solo museum exhibition of Bracha’s work in the United States, featuring a range of works spanning Read More »

Classroom Conversations: Collaborative Learning from the Cravens Collection

Each spring semester students in museum studies course at the University at Buffalo work to further contextualize the diverse objects in the Cravens Collection by conducting Read More »

Claire Falkenstein: Time Elements

Claire Falkenstein: Time Elements explores the experimental yet enduring works of American artist Claire Falkenstein (1908-1997). Primarily known for her sculptures of tangled webs composed of Read More »

SCREEN Projects: virocode: No Plan for the Future

Search for the Hashtag #noplanforthefuture and images of donuts spewing jelly, melted ice cream, and splattered pies will fill your feed. These small tragedies are Read More »