This second segment of this week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features Jim Campbell, who joins me to talk about Exploded Views, the huge light installation he’s made for SFMOMA’s atrium lobby. That’s it up there… but you can’t tell what it ‘does.’ Don’t miss this SFMOMA video or this Hosfelt Gallery slideshow-and-video of the piece in action. Exploded Views takes off from Campbell’s 2010 installation in New York’s Madison Square Park, his first foray into representing a two dimensional moving image in three dimensions.
The first guest on the show is Barry McGee, whose mid-career survey is on view at the Berkeley Art Museum through December 9. The show was curated by director Lawrence Rinder and assistant curator Dena Beard.
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Image: Jim Campbell, Exploded Views (detail, from below), 2011. Image via Flickr user rocor.