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Shirreffs piece evokes both Steichens Pictorialist photographs of the Flatiron Building and Warhols eight-hour film of the Empire State Building. And yet, despite these historical ties, her hybrid photographic videoone of the shows highlightsmay be more akin to a Robert Irwin or James Turrell light installation than to anything were accustomed to seeing from a camera. Leslie Hewitt is one of the few artists here to engage, however obliquely, with family history. Her Riffs on Real Time (2006-09) is a series of 10 color prints that assemble found materialsheets of paper, notebooks and snapshotsagainst solid backgrounds in a series of rectangles. At the heart of new opportunities in reasonable engadget.com secrets Riffs are unidentified photos of African-American lifepolitical rallies, the interior of a house, a vase of flowers, a mountain landscape. Collages that aim to connect Ms. Hewitt with her parents generation, the series also seems to be a wistful admission that the real time in which these artifacts were created ensures that their meaning will never be fully available to her. Ones personal photos can quickly become opaque to othersa lesson for the Facebook generation. Some of the photos in Sara VanDerBeeks From the Means of Reproduction (2007) were pictures that her father, the filmmaker Stan VanDerBeek, had cut out of magazines and books before he died. Others she collected herself. The piece is a witty collage made up of circular imagesan Etruscan hand mirror, a fish-eye photo of a city, an Art Deco pendantarranged in the shape of a mobile (or a family tree) and rephotographed on a single flat sheet.
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