Guggenheim Fellow Hiroyuki Hamada will exhibit his recent paintings and sculptures. Wielding acrylic, charcoal, enamel, graphite, plaster and oil, Hamada combines idiosyncratic geometries and organic forms in his monochromatic abstractions. His powerful, meditative sculptures will enter a spatial dialogue with the architecture of Steven Holl’s naturally-lit T2 Gallery. In his recent work, the artist aims “to tell visual stories by putting together various formal elements, sort of like musicians putting together sounds, rhythm, timbre, and so on, to come up with profound experiences.” String Noise, Pauline Kim Harris and Conrad Harris, known as New York’s most daring violin duo, will accompany the exhibition with an avant-garde performance of Xenakis. Arthur Sze, acclaimed poet and recipient of 8th Annual ‘T’ Space Poetry Award, will read his work.