British video artist and filmmaker
"Drumroll," which McQueen shot in 1998, is a triptych of video images depicting an oil drum rolling down a midtown
The Museum of Contemporary Art's Bennett Simpson curated the exhibit. He called "Drumroll," which earned McQueen the 1999 Turner Prize for contemporary art, "a portrait of an experience of the city, and its questions go to how and who we are."
The exhibition also includes excerpts from McQueen's 1998 photography series, "Barrage," depicting portraits of 56 Parisian gutter barriers.