San Diego Museum of Art
"Harvest" (2005), Robin Rhode's 3:45-minute video projection, serves as allegory illuminated. "I wanted to stay away from Pixar and Disney image code and the languages they developed through cartooning," curator Betti-Sue Hertz said of organizing the show. "I was less interested in narrative and storytelling per se than in the moving image as a somatic experience."
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