"In the Cold Edge" (video still), 2010. Single channel HD video with sound. Courtesy of the artist and Cristin Tierney, NYC
Janet Biggs
In the Cold Edge(video still)
2010
Single channel HD video with sound.

Courtesy of the artist and Cristin Tierney, New York

peter campus, "barrier," videograph, 6:26 minutes, looped, edition of 3 plus 1 artist's proof, installation view of "when the hurly burly's done" at Parrish Art Museum (Water Mill, NY), Courtesy of the artist
peter campus
barrier
videograph, 6:26 minutes, looped, edition of 3 plus 1 artist's proof, installation view of when the hurly burly's doneat Parrish Art Museum (Water Mill, NY)

Courtesy of the artist and Cristin Tierney Gallery, New York

Journeys to Places Known and Unknown:

Moving Images by Janet Biggs and peter campus

October 2, 2022 - January 15, 2023

Journeys to Places Known and Unknown looks at the contrasting ways two artists of different generations—Janet Biggs and peter campus—use moving images to explore intersections of science, philosophy, and spirituality. Their works speak to how humans can experience time as both progressive and immediate. Rather than embracing a singular, universal concept, these artists are inspired by the Greek concept of time as a mystery, encompassing two elements: kronos (time as duration, a straight line from past toward future) and kairos (time as mystical, circular, without beginning or ending).

For Biggs and campus, time is a platform on which to construct a sense of place that melds awareness of a specific location and its elusive inner nature. Their portrayals of journeys—to places close to home or in the far reaches of the world—bring opposing realities into a unified whole. Blending observation and introspection through imagery, patterns and rhythms, movement, and sound, each offers reports from the visible world as springboards for personal and universal reflection.
This exhibition is organized by Terrie Sultan.
This exhibition is made possible, in part, with generous support from:
Platinum Sponsor
Shari and John Hicks
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