The People's Museum of Revisionist Natural Itstory

A collaborative effort seeking narrative justice

Amber J. Anderson, Lauren Davies, Jacob Feige, Keith Freund, Jonathan Gitelson, Brandon Juhasz, Heather Kapplow, Marc Lefkowitz, Michelle Murphy, David Politzer, Kristin Rogers, Jef Scharf, Corrie Slawson
November 20 - January 15, 2016

Opening reception: Friday, November 20, 2015, 6pm - 9pm
On view at SPACES: November 20, 2015 - January 15, 2016


The People's Museum of Revisionist Natural Itstory (PMRNI) is a national leader in revising dominant scientific and cultural narratives. It unveils its groundbreaking work in a temporary exhibition housed within the halls of SPACES, a peer organization that is equally devoted to challenging the status quo.

Various exhibits in the perspective-changing PMRNI take us on a magnificent journey through time and space that concludes with an ethic of questioning we ignore at our own peril. Powerful storytelling, exceptional objects, extinct species, multimedia stations, and a feminist planetarium will enable visitors to participate in a collaborative effort seeking narrative justice within the realm of natural history. Dig deeper, through the PMRNI website, to find the museum's research, collections, field notes, and a full calendar of related events, featuring an adults-only sleepover at the Museum (December 19th).

The PMRNI exhibition team is comprised of: Amber J. Anderson (Cleveland Heights, OH), Lauren Davies (Broadview Heights, OH), Jacob Feige (Collingswood, NJ), Keith Freund (Akron, OH), Jonathan Gitelson (Brattleboro, VT), Brandon Juhasz (Berea, OH), Heather Kapplow (Allston, MA), Marc Lefkowitz (Cleveland Heights, OH), Michelle Murphy (Chicago, IL), David Politzer (Houston, TX), Kristin Rogers (Lakewood, OH), Corrie Slawson (Cleveland Heights, OH), Christina Vassallo (Cleveland, OH). Additional contributors to the gift shop include Pita Brooks (Lakewood, OH), Catherine Butler (Cleveland, OH), Ryan Dewey (Lakewood, OH), and Heidi Neilson (Queens, NY), among others.

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This project is a part of the SPACES R&D Program.

The R&D (Research & Development) program invites artists, curators and other cultural producers to articulate their research and development of ideas and objects through a supported exhibition or project. These exhibitions and projects may be group, solo, or collaborative endeavors.

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