Roni Horn

Roni Horn: Part I and Part II

October 17, 2001 - June 16, 2002

<p>Roni Horn. <i>Clowd and Cloun (Gray)</i>, 2001. <br/>Photo: Nic Tenwiggenhorn. </p>

Roni Horn. Clowd and Cloun (Gray), 2001.
Photo: Nic Tenwiggenhorn.

 
 
 

Roni Horn has built a body of work in a variety of media that engages physical space and consistently assigns an active role to the viewer. For this exhibition, Horn has created three new photographic series and a sculpture in glass, continuing her interests in the construction of identity. Through juxtaposed sequences of images of facial expressions and natural phenomena, Horn explores the relationship between the instantaneity of photography and the play of constancy and metamorphosis in nature and human emotion.

 

Checklist

Part I
1. This is Me, This is You, 1999–2000
96 photographs
each 12.5 x 10.25 inches
Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

2. Some Thames, 2000
32 of 80 photographs
each 25 x 38 inches
Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

3. Clowd and Cloun (Gray), 2001
28 photographs: 14 of 16 cloud images,
27 x 35 inches; 14 of 16 clown images,
27 x 27 inches
Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

4. Untitled (Yes)–1, 2001
glass
46 x 26.5 x 17 inches
Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

5. Untitled (Yes)–2, 2001
glass
46 x 26.5 x 17 inches
Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

Part II
1. This is Me, This is You, 1999–2000
96 photographs
each 12.5 x 10.25 inches
Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

2. Clowd and Cloun (Blue), 2001
32 photographs: 16 cloud images, 27 x 35 inches; 16 clown images, 27 x 27 inches
Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

3. Becoming a Landscape, 2001
20 images in 10 pairs: 6 images, 21 x 21 inches; 14 images, 24 x 31 inches
Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

4. Untitled (Yes)–1, 2001
glass
46 x 26.5 x 17 inches
Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

5. Untitled (Yes)–2, 2001
glass
46 x 26.5 x 17 inches
Courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

 
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