July 23–August 3, 2014

Noa Giniger: Durational Boundaries / The Big Nothing (2004)

Organized by Whitney-Lauder Curatorial Fellow Liz Park

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Noa Giniger (b. 1977, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel; lives Amsterdam, the Netherlands) finishes the series of three solo exhibitions that respond to The Big Nothing. Sensitive to exhibition site and context, Giniger’s work often operates in the moment of transition, and create experiences that only have a limited lifespan, of which the only evidence that remains is the impression that the viewer is left with.

Also part of this exhibition is the web work Absolute Countdown.

ICA@50: Pleasing Artists And Publics Since 1963Josh Kline: Living Wages / *The Big Nothing* (2004)Benjamin Tiven: Synthetic Spectra / *The Big Nothing* (2004)Josh Kline, Benjamin Tiven, and Noa Giniger in Conversation About Nothing / *The Big Nothing* (2004)

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