I see you: Marina Abramović live video-feed performance at MOMA
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Here’s an excellent time-waster: For its retrospective of performance artist Marina Abramović, New York’s Museum of Modern Art has put a live-feed video camera in its cavernous atrium to let us watch an on-going performance piece.
For the 11-week duration of the exhibition, starting just before the museum opens each day and continuing until just after closing, Abramović sits in a wooden chair at a small table. Visitors, one at a time, sit in another wooden chair opposite, and the artist and the viewer stare at each other. The artist’s chair is padded.
You can find the live-feed here. (It does need to be periodically refreshed.) ‘Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present’ continues through May 31. Enjoy.
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