Jul 9–Jul 20, 2014

Benjamin Tiven: Synthetic Spectra / The Big Nothing (2004)

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Organized by Liz Park, Whitney-Lauder Curatorial Fellow

For the second solo exhibition mounted in response to The Big Nothing, Benjamin Tiven (b. 1978, Philadelphia; lives New York) presents two film-based projects, A Third Version of the Imaginary (2012) and a new project, an essayistic film exploring the changing visuality of contemporary information technology and dissemination.
ICA@50: Pleasing Artists And Publics Since 1963Josh Kline: Living Wages / The Big Nothing (2004)Noa Giniger: Durational Boundaries / The Big Nothing (2004)Josh Kline, Benjamin Tiven, and Noa Giniger in Conversation About Nothing / The Big Nothing (2004)Artist Talk: Benjamin Tiven in conjunction with Matt Neff: Second Sight at The Print Center