Neill-Cochran House Museum

Ginger Geyer and Jennifer Cumberbatch

Multidisciplinary artist
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Neill-Cochran House Museum

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Geyer and Jennifer Cumberbatch

Bodegon for Frito Pie

2018, Porcelain

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Geyer and Jennifer Cumberbatch

Sharing Slices

2019, Porcelain

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Geyer and Jennifer Cumberbatch

Ginger Geyer and Jennifer Cumberbatch

Neill-Cochran House Museum

Rise and Shine

2018, Porcelain, 30 x 30 x 30 in

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Geyer and Jennifer Cumberbatch

Topsy-Turvy

2019, Porcelain

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Geyer and Jennifer Cumberbatch

Mercy Seat

2019, Porcelain

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Geyer and Jennifer Cumberbatch

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Beats All I Ever Saw

2014, Porcelain

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Artist Ginger Geyer Tours If These Walls Could Talk exhibition

Take a tour with artist Ginger Geyer as she walks you through the dining room installation at the Neill-Cochran House Museum. You can see this installation and the entire exhibition of over 200 artworks in-person at the Neill-Cochran House Museum, Wed through Sunday 11 to 4. See nchmuseum.org for admission and more!

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Ginger Geyer and Jennifer Cumberbatch

Ginger Geyer and Jennifer Cumberbatch

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Neill-Cochran House Museum

About the Artist

The Neill-Cochran House Museum is proud to host the major history and artistic collaboration If These Walls Could Talk. The exhibition places ceramicist Ginger Geyer's modern porcelain sculpture into the historic spaces of the museum.

Geyer in collaboration with actor Jennifer Rousseau Cumberbatch has used the artwork as a launch pad for a series of conversations between two adolescent girls, Chlora and Ruby Virginia. The two girls, one white and one black, highlights similarities and dissonances between past and present, high art and material culture, and experiences and treatment one would have received in a home like the NCHM Greek Revival-style mansion depending on race, class, gender, and socio-economic status through time.

Artist Statement

This is a link to a 2 minute promotional video for the exhibition on YouTube, If These Walls Could Talk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=CPsuC7PhImE&feature=emb_logo