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Mitchell Syrop: Untitled Artist Project Artist Project Series

Main Gallery Apr 1–May 15, 1994

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Mitchell Syrop, Untitled artist project, 1994
Mitchell Syrop, Untitled artist project, 1994, Installation view, Santa Monica Museum of Art

Syrop conceived this project in 1974 based on the experience of mistaking one person for another. Building upon past research and projects, Syrop arranged hundreds of portraits from high-school yearbooks in systematic groupings based upon similar facial characteristics. The result was a network of faces that the viewer experienced as meandering, interwoven pathways, or as fields of overlapping and dissolving characteristics.