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  Out in Brooklyn
"Beyond Technology" at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, July 1-Sept. 12, 1999.
Brooklyn artists Rico Gatson, Perry Hoberman, Roxy Paine, Fatimah Tuggar and Janet Zweig create works with computers, video equipment and other electronic media.
Organized by Charlotta Kotik, curator of contemporary art. The exhibition is part of the Working in Brooklyn series.
Photos by Paul Laster

 
 
 
Janet Zweig, Roxy Paine, Charlotta Kotik and Rico Gatson
 
Rico Gatson, Picket Cage, 1998-99
 
The Brooklyn Museum of Art
on opening night
 
 
 
 
Williamsburg artists James Esber
and Jane Fine
 
Janet Zweig and Laura Bergman, Everything in the World, 1996
 
Art & Technology master Billy Kluver and writer Julie Martin
 
 
 
 
Techno fans with Perry Hoberman
office environment
 
Roxy Paine, Assortment of SCU-MAK Produced Sculptures,
with video display access
 
Roxy Paine, SCU-MAK Produced Sculpture, 1999
 
 
 
 
Fatima Tuggar, People Watching, 1997
 
Jazz combo
Prime Meridian
 
High-tech environmental artist Kristin Jones and Roxy Paine
 
 
 
 
Neo-OP painter
Bruce Pearson
 
Pierogi 2000 newlyweds Susan
and Joe Amrhein
 
Sculptors Lisa Hein
and Bob Seng
 
 
 
 
Abrams book coordinator Alyn Evans and videographer D. Carlton Bright
 
Artist Sarah and Drew Dominick with son, Dominick Vanderlip
 
Perry Hoberman, Sorry, We're Open,
1997-99