October 2013


J. Hoberman

He called his work “Zeitkunst” (Time Art), directing it not to the audience’s perception but to their memory of what was perceived. —David Polonoff, “The Nether World’s a Stage,” East Village Eye  All I remember was he performed in the dark with a suitcase on his lap. Opened it, shut it, and the next thing I knew the lights were back on. —Michael Smith, e-mail to the …

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