Andrea Geyer

Associate Professor

Andrea Geyer’s work ranges across text, photography, painting, sculpture, video and performance and is invested in a process of performatively un-sensing time. Geyer’s work focuses on the complex politics of time and memory with the aim to create spaces that offer re-orientation(s) of the past towards the urgency of a present moment. To do so she re-materializes the entanglement of presence and absence created by ideologically driven omissions in collective memory, archives and history. Exhibitions include: Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York; TATE Modern, Serpentine Gallery in London; Jumex Foundation, Mexico; Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin; Generali Foundation, Secession in Vienna; Witte De White in Rotterdam; Sao Paulo Biennal and documenta12/ Kassel. She lives and works in New York.