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rudygodinez:

Bruce Nauman, Acoustic Pressure Piece, (1970)

Acoustic Pressure Piece is an installation in which the visitor passes through twelve and twenty inch spaces wherein Nauman has deadened the registration of sound. The perception of sound (or lack of it) differs according to the viewers proximity to the panels, but the sensory experience is deliberately uncomfortable.

cavetocanvas:

Bruce Nauman, Self-Portrait as a Fountain, 1966

cavetocanvas:

Bruce Nauman, Self-Portrait as a Fountain, 1966

halogenic:

bruce nauman, “being is nothing”, 1993

halogenic:

bruce nauman, “being is nothing”, 1993

7while23:

Bruce Nauman
Live Taped Video Corridor
1970

7while23:

Bruce Nauman

Live Taped Video Corridor

1970

dvorets:

For Beginners (All the combinations of the thumb and fingers), 2010 - Bruce Nauman

dvorets:

For Beginners (All the combinations of the thumb and fingers), 2010 - Bruce Nauman

mfortki:

prostheticknowledge:

Moving Image

Today I spent the day in London checking out Moving Image, an art faire specializing in video art. A great range of works, with something for everyone. I was particularly fond of Sara Ludy’s piece, as well as Jonathan Monaghan, both working in 3D graphics. The National #Selfie Portrait Gallery (despite some online criticism) was actually a pleasure - it was fun and instant, immediately put a smile on my face when I saw the collection.

As well as enjoying the works, I got to meet some friendly and interesting people - artists Viktor Timofeev, Hyo Myoung Kim, Kim Asendorf, Ole Fach, and the hard working couple Kelani Nichole and Jereme Mongeon who run the (currently essential) Transfer Gallery. A pleasure to meet them all, and I shame I couldn’t stay longer.

The show is still running this Sunday (20th), so if you are in London I would say it is worth checking out. You can find out more from the Moving Image website here

the criticism was from Yahoo commentors tho amirite? 

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