Public Program Opening Reception: Fall Exhibitions

October 21, 2021, 6:30PM - 8:30PM

20 Ames Street, Bldg. E15
Atrium level
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139

Join us for the opening reception celebrating Sreshta Rit Premnath: Grave/Grove,  Leslie Thornton: Begin Again, Again, and List Projects 23: Andrew Norman Wilson at the List Center. 

Exhibiting artists and exhibition curators will be in attendance. The reception will be held on our outdoor courtyard. 

Free but RSVP required

Visit Protocols

To enter MIT buildings, all adults will need a Tim Ticket for contact tracing purposes. A link to the Tim Ticket registration page will be shared with you at least 24 hours before the start of the event. You must register through the portal in order to gain access to our building entry points. We understand these protocols can be ever-changing and tricky to navigate. We want your visit to the List Center to be as smooth as possible so please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions via email to (email hidden; JavaScript is required).

We will continue to follow MIT’s COVID protocols. Masks will be required inside the building and social distancing will be encouraged for all programs. Please learn more about MIT’s policies at: now.mit.edu/policies and learn more about the List Center’s updated safety precautions at:https://listart.mit.edu/gallery-visit-details

  • Leslie Thornton, Peggy & Fred in Hell: Folding(still), 1983–2015 16mm black-and-white film, video, and digital graphics transferred to HD video, color, sound 95:00 min. Image courtesy the artist and Rodeo, London / Piraeus.

  • Andrew Norman Wilson, Impersonator, 2021(still) 4K video, color, sound 20:00 min (Approximate). Image courtesy the artist.

  • Sreshta Rit Premnath, Accompaniment 2, 2019 Plaster, foam, fence, emergency blankets. 179 ⅞ x 72 x 24 in. (457 x 183 x 61 cm) Installation view: Those Who Wait at Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, 2019-20. Image courtesy the artist. Photo: SITE Photography

XGalleries Re-openingAs of January 11, the List Center Galleries are Open and Free to All. No Reservations Required.Learn more about our visit protocols.