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MUSEUMS: Infinite Reflections in a Kinetic Environment

MoMA/PS1

08.20.2018
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“These elements are here to allow people to bring their histories of movement with them, but also hopefully to inspire other types of uses, as well.” —Tom Carruthers of Dream the Combine

Time is winding down quickly to enjoy this year’s MoMA/PS1 Young Architects Program installation. The winner of the 2018 program is Dream the Combine, the Minneapolis-based architecture duo of Jennifer Newsom and Tom Carruthers. Working in collaboration with engineer Clayton Binkley of Arup, the installation “Hide & Seek” is a responsive, kinetic environment featuring intersecting elements and paired mirrors creating infinite reflections arrayed across the MoMA PS1 courtyard. For this video, Newsom and Carruthers walk us through the installation, talk about the inspiration for it, and what it means to them to win the commission.

Hide & Seek is on view at MoMA PS1 through September 3, 2018.

Museums

4:44

MUSEUMS: Laurie Simmons Doesn’t Tell the Truth

3:05

MUSEUMS: Rob Wynne Picks Things Up Along the Way

6:30

MUSEUMS: Bill Traylor Tells the Story

45:43

LONGFORM: Rafael Lozano–Hemmer’s Shutdown Heartbeats

3:20

MUSEUMS: Jane Dickson’s New Year’s Revelers

Galleries

3:33

GALLERIES: Anthony McCall’s Dance with Light

3:49

GALLERIES: George Condo Visits ‘Bacon’s Women’

7:30

MUSEUMS: Cai Guo-Qiang’s Fireworks Extravaganza

3:53

GALLERIES: Sadamasa Motonaga’s Thoughts on New York

3:47

GALLERIES: Alexander Calder Creates Energy in Edges

Studios

2:59

VAULT: Cindy Sherman Doesn’t Want to be Recognized (1986)

3:24

STUDIOS: Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s Paintings Find Their Own Way

4:27

STUDIOS: Charline von Heyl Wants to be Seen

8:12

STUDIOS: Robert Smithson from New Jersey and Back Again

3:23

VAULT: Conserving Nam June Paik’s ‘Fin de Siècle II,’ 1989

Community

9:18

LONGFORM: Jack Whitten – An Artist’s Life

1:45

COMMUNITY: ‘The Night Watch’ Belongs to All of Us

2:45

VAULT: Gordon Parks Goes to Washington in 1942 (2001)

26:00

LONGFORM: The Ghost of Rachel Whiteread’s ‘House’ (1993)

11:11

COMMUNITY: Interview with Dawoud Bey

Market

1:58

MARKET: Colliding Contexts With Cameron Welch

4:15

MARKET: Visiting Designtex Artist Collaborators

6:30

MARKET: Collector Pedro Barbosa Prices the Immaterial

3:38

MARKET: The Cézanne that was Held Hostage

3:41

MARKET: Andy Warhol Was a Business, Man