“All of this is somewhat of a disruption,” explains the Black installation artist Senga Nengudi. “I’m disrupting a flow of thought, an easy flow of thought.” Using narrative and ritual from cultures that are disparate in geography and time, Nengudi challenges viewers to see beyond their own personal histories—to be disrupted. This show moves through her five-decade career, with sculptures and installations dating from 1969 to 2020. The long-term display is accompanied by a performance program. —E.C.