Friday Art Notes: Riffs on Real Time

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Friday Art Notes: Riffs on Real Time

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Essay written by the Barbara Lee Chief Curator of the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, reflecting on a piece of art in the museum's collection. This specific essay highlights the photographic series Rifts on Real Time, created by Leslie Hewitt. The essay itself reflects on the concept of time during of time during the pandemic, and the large amounts of time people have spent inside. In relating the thesis of the art to a common experience for some during the pandemic, the essay highlights how museums are relating their collections to the experiences of living in 2020.

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Institute of Contemporary Art

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This item was submitted on July 13, 2020 by Alex Bice using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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