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Thoma Foundation: Lynn Hershman Leeson “Lorna”

Thoma Foundation: Lynn Hershman Leeson “Lorna”

Slip into the world of Lorna, a fictional, middle-aged woman too obsessed with TV to leave her apartment. Sit in Lorna’s chair and use her remote control to choose her fate in an interactive video. Should Lorna shoot her TV, or move to Los Angeles to start a new life...
Aperture Foundation : “Orlando”

Aperture Foundation : “Orlando”

Virginia Woolf’s prescient 1928 novel Orlando tells the story of a young nobleman who, during the era of Queen Elizabeth I, lives for three centuries without aging and mysteriously shifts gender along the way. In 1992, filmmaker Sally Potter released a now-classic...
Guggenheim Bilbao: ” Architecture Effects”

Guggenheim Bilbao: ” Architecture Effects”

The exhibition of architecture, art, and storytelling is set in the reappraisal of a timeless question: What makes architecture more than just building? It effects. This exhibition points at the idea of effect itself as a common ground for architecture, art, and...

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