Jonathan Horowitz, Your Land / My Land: Election 2012 - Exhibition Views
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A special exhibition coinciding with the 2012 American Presidential Election. The space created by Horowitz will provide a location for people to gather and watch coverage of as well as talk about the presidential election. The installation’s central trope is a divided United States swathed in only red and blue. According to Horowitz, “If race and gender were the defining themes of the ’08 election, economic policy and economic disparity will likely be the defining themes of the 2012 election. The placement of the lyrics will extend this metaphor to the land of the museum and the land outside. Exhibition held in the New Genres Gallery space.
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