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Stuart Bender and Angelo Funicelli: Induction Artist Project Series

Main Gallery Dec 9, 1995–Feb 25, 1996

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Stuart Bender and Angelo Funicelli: Induction Artist Project Series
Dec 9, 1995–Feb 25, 1996

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Induction, 1996
Induction, 1996, Installation view, Santa Monica Museum of Art

Induction, a video-and-sound installation created by the collaborative team of Bender and Funicelli, addressed the viewer’s interpretation of sensory-based information (images, spoken texts, and music) as it informs, and is informed by, the viewer’s own memories, dreams, fantasies, and history. This work, employing as a metaphor the medieval musical technique of organum–whereby a fundamental tune is distorted by the dissonant polyphony laid over it–challenged the notion that a coherent reality can exist in a time and a culture characterized by contradiction and chaos.