The USCO art collaborative has amassed an impressive body of work since the 1960s. Their resume includes culturally era-relevant works that continue to be just as provocative today.
From light projections, kinetic sculptures and soundscapes to paintings, poetry and sculpture, USCO continues to work in a wide variety of media that can be seen as such renown venues as The Walker Center of Art, the Seville in Spain and UC Berkley, and their projects are included in museums across the globe.
Its newest show, USCO: WHEN/THEN will run from November 2- 11 at the Walsh Gallery, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ and will feature the group’s work from 1965 to present. The visionary behind USCO:WHEN/THEN is curator Jeanne Brasile who chose to represent the group’s relevant work from 1965 to present. Since its inception, USCO has been inspired by the social, political and economic climates of the time. This show promises to be no different, illustrating both nostalgic and current sentiments.
Also making this exhibition possible are two of USCO’s founding members, Michael Callahan and Gerd Stern, who have taken on the additional role of assemblers, carefully recreating the many intricate, multi-faceted pieces.
Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079