Never-before exhibited sculptures by Kapwani Kiwanga are shown on a solo exhibition at MIT List Visual Arts Center (8 February – 21 April). Kiwanga’s new series of sculptural works draw on colonial-era ‘lantern laws’, which required nonwhite people to carry a lit candle after dark. These works are shown alongside a group of 50 prints, a site-specific installation of her ongoing Shade Cloth series, as well as the US premiere of Jalousie, a sculpture incorporating two-way mirrors and steel that addresses visibility and movement in relation to architecture. In addition Kiwanga is on a group exhibition at Whitechapel Gallery titled Is This Tomorrow? (14 February – 12 May). This exhibition brings together ten groups of artists, architects and other cultural practitioners to explore the potential of collaboration and offer their visions of the future.