Sit down, relax. Click to enlarge the video (below in the frame, on the right). Take 6 minutes of your lunch hour and watch. This is a work of Jenny Holzer made especially for the Guggenheim Museum in New York in celebration of the restoration. As the Guggenheim writes:
“Her transformative work will cast large-scale texts—comprising the artist’s own writings and poems—directly onto Frank Lloyd Wright’s curving architecture. Suffused with a play of light and changing language, the building and its surroundings will become an environment for looking, discussing, and gathering.”
It will be on display from dusk to 11 pm every Friday through December 31.
The video was shot by Heinrich Schmidt from VernissageTV, an art video blog with it’s homebase in Basel, Switzerland.
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