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PICTURE POST

by Betina Bethlem

Dec. 16, 2010 

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Three new exhibitions, "The Talent Show," "The Logic of Association" and "Feng Mengbo," open at MoMA PS1 on Dec. 12, 2010.


Andy Warhol’s Screen Test: Robin (1965) unspools in the same space as Piero Manzoni’s Magic Base – Living Pedestal (1961) in "Talent Show" at MoMA PS1


David Lamelas’ Limit of a Projection I (1967) in "Talent Show" at MoMA PS1


Peter Campus’ Shadow Projection (1974) creates simulacra of PS1 visitors in real time, in "Talent Show" at MoMA PS1


American Idol-style hopefuls take the stage from the privacy of their computers in Amie Siegel’s My Way 1 (2009), in "Talent Show" at MoMA PS1


"I hereby claim to be an included artist in this show as a result of my presence as justified by my signature," writes Mary Ellen Campbell in her contribution to Adrian Piper’s Context #7 (1970), in which gallery visitors’ doodles and notes in the artist’s notebooks became the work itself


Dreaming of warmer days and living vicariously via free fotolab (2009) by Phil Collins, in "Talent Show" at MoMA PS1


John Smith’s film, The Girl Chewing Gum (1976), in "Talent Show" at MoMA PS1


Feng Mengbo’s Long March: Restart (2008), an interactive videogame installation that immerses viewers in a larger-than-life virtual world


Beijing-based artist Feng Mengbo with Long March: Restart (2008), on view for the first time since its acquisition by MoMA


Hanna Sandin’s mobiles of found objects (foreground) in "Logic of Association" at MoMA PS1


 
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