Mitchell Squire's practice is founded on an exploration of how artefacts are projections of the body and how material culture becomes a lens through which to view society and history. Using a combination of found and salvaged objects his work creates a complexity of socio-political associations and personal narratives that underline particularly potent historic events and institutional practices that quietly and continually influence the American national dialogue.
He has had solo exhibitions at institutions such as Anderson Gallery at Drake University in Des Moines, Wurster Gallery at University of California in Berkeley and CUE Art Foundation in New York. His work has been included in a group exhibition at the New Museum in New York, among others.
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