Wednesday, 21 October 2015

A tourist in New York City with photo camera. Met terrace, the littel girl and the installation-sculpture:Pierre Huyghe


Fotos de una niña ante la instalación de la terraza del Museo Metropolitano de Nueva York



Exhibition Location: The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden, Gallery 926
Pierre choreographs events that explore the complex and often contradictory ways in which we relate to the world and its intelligent and varied rhythms,” said Ian Alteveer, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art. “For this commission, the Roof Garden becomes a mineral landscape, an emerging network of unfolding events bound together by trickles of water, which run through the site like a circulatory system.” 

Huyghe has created an evolving organism continuously generating itself, a dynamic mesh of interconnected parts, objects and living entities, that emerge, transmute or disappear, perpetually in a transitional state, changing at their own rhythms and intensities It is a process spread all over the roof, from the behavior of living fossils hosted in a pulsating glass tank to a leak that crosses thresholds–all unfolding in an uncertain navigation that travels through different states of matter and life.




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