Bones, objects, and ideas are equally subject to the passage of time. The exhibition Tongue Stones explores legacies past, present, and future through a constellation of histories and imminent possibilities. The works in this exhibition include experiments in research, reenactment, distribution, sampling, circulation, documentation, and reanimation. In each instant, preservation is contingent on present attention spans, as the act of remembering is bound to the act of imagining the future. Tongue Stones will be accompanied by a forthcoming, fully-illustrated publication featuring essays by Clara Halpern, Laura McLean-Ferris, and individual artist projects.