Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
The Long Take The Long Take

The Long Take

Mariah Garnett and William E. Jones

Los Angeles Contemporary Archive (LACA) Los Angeles, California, USA 07/16/2016 – 08/27/2016

Curated by Suzy Halajian No account of the same event is ever alike. People see things differently, and their stories are affected by the variables and circumstances of any given day. Memory is heavily constructed by time. Artists and filmmakers Mariah Garnett and William E. Jones constantly consider this. Approached as a dialogue between the

Curated by Suzy Halajian No account of the same event is ever alike. People see things differently, and their stories are affected by the variables and circumstances of any given day. Memory is heavily constructed by time. Artists and filmmakers Mariah Garnett and William E. Jones constantly consider this. Approached as a dialogue between the

The Recorder Was Left On, Or The Closer I Get To The End The More I Rewrite The Beginning

The Recorder Was Left On, Or The Closer I Get To The End The More I Rewrite The Beginning

Curated by Suzy Halajian

Los Angeles Contemporary Archive (LACA) Los Angeles 07/08/2015 – 09/26/2015

It is much simpler to come to a conclusion, or a pause perhaps, rather than to return to the beginning again and again. The same is true of returning to a source, which appears new upon each inspection. It shifts, it reacts, it digresses, it is read differently and is experienced in unfamiliar ways. Perspectives

It is much simpler to come to a conclusion, or a pause perhaps, rather than to return to the beginning again and again. The same is true of returning to a source, which appears new upon each inspection. It shifts, it reacts, it digresses, it is read differently and is experienced in unfamiliar ways. Perspectives