“Mika Rottenberg”

“Argentine-born Israeli artist Mika Rottenberg addresses the real-life subjects of globalization, labor, and immigration.”

Through surreal videos—in which sweatshop workers churn out such absurdist products as cheese made from the milk of women’s hair; wet wipes impregnated with sweat; and live bunnies—Argentine-born Israeli artist Mika Rottenberg addresses real-life subjects, including immigration, labor, and inequality.  A survey of her work, which inaugurates the Assemble-designed Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, will include two new works commissioned for the show.