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  • The fabulous, ever-evolving transdisciplinary artist Colette Lumiere, who “died” at the Whitney in 1978 and was reborn as the executor of her estate and a no-wave musician at MoMA PS1 several days later, is the subject of this immersive, media-spanning exhibition at Company. Check out a reconstructed portion of the Tunisian-born, New York-based artist’s “Living Environment” (1972-1983), the downtown Manhattan loft that she turned into a “grotto of fantasy” — with herself, a living sculpture, at its center — using ruched satin, light boxes, mirrors, ropes, and more.

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