David Claerbout, “White House” (still), 2006.
Single-channel video projection, dual mono over headphones and speakers, 13 hours, 27 minutes.*
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
May 21–September 6, 2011
David Claerbout’s striking video installations address the complex relations between the genres of photography and cinema. Marking the Belgian artist’s first solo museum show on the West Coast of the U.S., the exhibition at SFMOMA features a suite of four projected video works, including the U.S. premiere of The American Room (2009–10) and White House (2005).
// From our friends at E-Flux