Mar 16, 2006
posted at 02:13 GMT by T.Whid in /news/twhid
Their latest exhibition, “Directed Dreaming,” opened at Postmasters Gallery in New York on March 4.Check it out… permanent link to this post
It comprises a series of complex, kinetic sculptures that are covered with tiny tableaux that they call “fragmentary, miniature film sets.” An array of tiny cameras are trained on these tableaux, and, as part of each installation, a sequence of greatly enlarged images are projected on to a wall of the gallery. The works are at once funny, bizarre and somewhat worrying. Immediately after the opening at Postmasters, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy spoke to ArtInfo about their work.