Rodney Graham and Bruce Nauman

Rodney Graham and Bruce Nauman: ...the nearest faraway place...

May 10, 2000 - June 17, 2001

<p>Rodney Graham. <i>How I Became a Ramblin' Man</i>, 1999. <br/>Photo: Ron Gordon.  

Rodney Graham. How I Became a Ramblin' Man, 1999.
Photo: Ron Gordon.




Bruce Nauman

1. Hanging Carousel (George Skins a Fox), 1988
steel and polyurethane foam, motor, color videotape with sound
204 inches in diameter
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Gerald S. Elliot Collection

2. Green Horses, 1988
chair, 2 video players, 2 monitors, projector
dimensions variable
Collection of Lannan Foundation
Future gift to Dia Center for the Arts

3. Doppelgänger/UFO, 1988
steel beam, steel cable, two portable audiocassette players, motor
157½ inches in length
Annibale Berlingieri Collection, Rome

4. Setting a Good Corner, 2000
edition of 40
single-channel video, DVD-R format
59 minutes
Courtesy Sperone Westwater, New York

Rodney Graham

5. 75 Polaroids, 1976
installation, various media
12 x 12 x 12 feet
Courtesy of Patrick Painter and Juan Muñoz

6. How I Became a Ramblin’ Man, 1999
edition of 4, with 2 artist’s proofs
video and sound installation, 9 minutes
35mm film transferred to digital videodisc, DVD player,
projector, 2 speakers, AV receiver
Courtesy Donald Young Gallery, Chicago

7. Aberdeen, 2000
multimedia installation, including slide projection and sound
20 minutes
Collection of the artist

8. Fishing on a Jetty, 2000
edition of 2
two C-prints, framed
each, 8 x 6 feet
overall, 8 feet x 13 feet 5 inches
Courtesy Donald Young Gallery, Chicago

9. The Bed-Bug, Love Buzz, and Other Short Songs in the Popular Idiom, 2000
Audio CD
50 minutes
Produced by Dia Center for the Arts and Rodney Graham

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