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Quote of the Week: Orienting Cardiff-Miller

A visitor comments on the Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller exhibit “Opera for a Small Room,” currently at the Carnegie Museum of Art:

    “I wasn’t sure what I was supposed to do. I didn’t know where I should be focusing my attention.”

Here’s a shot of the exhibit:

Full article at pittsburghlive.com. More at the museum’s website, cmoa.org (the museum link, judging by the URL, won’t function after the exhibit closes, on July 26).

By Marc Weidenbaum

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  1. andy nairn
    [ Posted July 6, 2009, at 8:49 am ]

    Saw this exhibit in Edinburgh last year. Absolutely extraordinary. Their book “The Killing Machine” features this and other work on DVD. If you get a chance see their exhibit “The Paradise Institute”. Outstanding stuff. Excellent website, by the way.

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