Arts and Entertainment
May 6, 2014From: Cincinnati Art Museum
Experience the union of new art and art history this Spring at the Cincinnati Art Museum in Todd Pavlisko's Crown is an installation based upon a staged action that took place in the Cincinnati Art Museum in 2012 in which a hired sharpshooter fired projectiles through the Schmidlapp Gallery into a brass cube placed in the center of the Great Hall. The action was captured with high speed cameras and edited into an 8-channel video that will be presented in the Schmidlapp Gallery along the same path of the projectile. This piece collapses art history into a millisecond and then expands it again, slowing down the footage as the camera travels past icons of the Cincinnati Art Museum's collection.
Date: May 7, 2014 To June 15, 2014
Tuesday Through Sunday: 11 am. to 5 pm
Location: Cincinnati Art Museum, 953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202