Public Works: Jennifer Steinkamp in Collaboration with Andrew Bucksbarg: The TV Room

Main Gallery Oct 9–Dec 20, 1998

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Public Works: Jennifer Steinkamp in Collaboration with Andrew Bucksbarg: The TV Room
Oct 9–Dec 20, 1998





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Jennifer Steinkamp, The TV Room, 1998, Installation view

Jennifer Steinkamp employs existing architectural features in her interactive video installations. In The TV Room, three narrow wall screens were hung horizontally to suggest television scanlines, and an abstract animation was projected on the screens and the walls behind. Steinkamp’s images worked in tandem with the audio, composed by Andrew Bucksbarg, to alter viewers’ experiences according to their location within the space. The work called forth a spatial meeting place between the subjective, singular camera of cinema and the multiplicitous perspectives of abstract painting.