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Studio Museum in Harlem

Exhibition Detail
Philosophy of Time Travel
Curated by: Christine Y. Kim
144 W. 125th St.
New York, NY 10027


April 11th, 2007 - July 1st, 2007
Opening: 
April 11th, 2007 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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A group project based on the Brancusi sculpture, Endless Column.  The artists have re-invented the sculpture and pushed it beyond it's original boundaries.  The inspiration for the show comes from a common interest in the  2001 cult movie, Donnie Darko and a book in the film called The Philosophy of Time Travel.  That title prompted the artists to  examine how history bends back on itself.  The results were to re-imagine this classic sculpture in a new era and under new circumstances, tilting the work to shatter the floor and ceiling of the museum. A DVD and full-color catalogue with approximately 112 pages and three scholarly essays by Lowery Stokes Sims, Hilton Als and Christine Y. Kim will be available in the Museum Store.

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