Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University Stop Look Listen: An Exhibition of Video Works by Andrea Inselmann

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The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University presents Stop. Look. Listen., an exhibition of video works in all temporary exhibition galleries, in the lobby, and projected on the building's façade. The exhibition marks five years of collecting in the area of video and continues the Museum's commitment to video as a vital part of its program. Stop. Look. Listen. seeks to consider the continuities between the two prevalent idioms-feedback and immersion-in video works of the last fifteen years. It focuses on pieces that have a significant relationship between sound and image, such as Salla Tykkä 's and Jesper Just 's works that make use of existing soundtracks, or Mircea Cantor's Deeparture, that is purposefully silent. Within this treatment of sound and image, artists also address issues related to spectatorship and the represented and viewing body, such as the floating bodies in Janet Biggs 's Water Training, or the stumbling body in Patty Chang 's Losing Ground, or J

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