Aernout Mik Exhibition

The Museum of Modern Art

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"Aernout Mik," is the first North American survey of the artist’s work. Mik (Dutch, b. 1962) is distinguished for his ability to combine, shift, and transform artistic practices by creating installations that integrate moving images, sculpture, and architecture into single constructions. Eight of the artist’s works are installed in gallery and non-gallery spaces throughout the Museum, ranging from Mik’s first filmed work Fluff (1996) to Schoolyard (2009), which was commissioned by the Museum for the exhibition.

[Image: Aernout Mik "Schoolyard" (2009) Two-channel video installation (color, silent), looped. Commissioned by The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Courtesy the artist and carlier | gebauer, Berlin. © 2009 Aernout Mik. Shown: Set photograph courtesy Florian Braun.]



from May 06, 2009 to July 27, 2009


Aernout Mik

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    technobacon: (2009-06-19 at 17:06)

    You have to spend some time in this one. Don't just walk on through, sit down and watch, take your time. It's really fascinating how these videos are constructed and the way Mik plays with conventions of narrative that we take for granted.

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