Catharine Clark Gallery presents two solo exhibitions, Discorporate by Walter Robinson and Deluge by Scott Greene, on view April 22 – May 27, 2017. Although working in vastly different medium, Robinson and Greene respond to similar anxieties around political absurdity, the proliferation of consumer waste, and the increasing disconnect that advanced technologies induce between people and their environments. Robinson’s and Greene’s exhibitions are accompanied by a media room presentation of Nina Katchadourian’s The Recarcassing Ceremony. Commissioned by the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in 2016, Katchadourian’s video work tells the story of a childhood game gone awry that the artist and her brother staged with Playmobil figurines. Assembled from family interviews, historical audio recordings and a staged “reenactment” of a ceremony related to the game, The Recarcassing Ceremony offers a startling personal document of family memory.