The exhibition focuses on the body as a site to engage the politics of monuments. Organized in the wake of recent events in the US that have made us reconsider who and what we commemorate, If These Stones Could Sing is an investigation into aspects of the body and its ability to address our collective past. Artworks by Milena Bonilla, Public Movement, Arin Rungjang, Shitamichi Motoyuki, Emilija Škarnulyte, and Sriwhana Spong.
Since last summer's white supremacist demonstration to preserve a Confederate monument in Charlottesville, VA-which lead to the death of activist Heather Heyer-the U.S. has been embroiled in long overdue discussions about the fate of racist monuments. Kadist considers the body "as a site to engage the politics of public monuments," offering new ways forward amidst chaos.