Miami Art Museum’s permanent collection inspires marking time: moving images, a new exhibition presenting 10 artists and 16 large-scale installations. These works are linked by the various ways they mark time through movement engaging the viewer through experience and perception.
In using concepts of time as both subject and medium, the works in the exhibition encourage viewers to become aware of the passage of time and how it relates to one’s view of the contemporary world. The exhibition features works from MAM’s permanent collection by Janine Antoni and Paul Ramírez Jonas, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, and Ann Hamilton. Also on view, are loans from other museums and private collections by artists Dara Friedman, Alfredo Jaar, Clare Langan, Paul Pfeiffer, Miguel Angel Rios, and Bill Viola.
Miguel Angel Rios
A Morir (’til Death) 2003
Three-Channel DVD projection, color, surround sound (video still)
Courtesy the artist
The exhibition is organized by Miami Art Museum and curated by Assistant Director for Special Projects/Curator Lorie Mertes. The exhibition is supported by MAM’s Annual Exhibition Fund with special assistance from Mimi and Bud Floback.