"‘I Am Not There’ was an exhibition with no art works. … To describe the exhibition as empty, however, would not be accurate: on display were elements, fragments or hints of what were once envisioned as complete art works, and for various reasons, never came to be. … Ostensibly, the exhibition considered how culture is controlled, obstructed or given free reign by institutions purporting to protect the interests of the artists, the institution itself, or the audience from legal and/or moral ramifications."
“I Am Not There,” Review, Frieze Magazine.
24th Jun 201203:593 notes

"‘I Am Not There’ was an exhibition with no art works. … To describe the exhibition as empty, however, would not be accurate: on display were elements, fragments or hints of what were once envisioned as complete art works, and for various reasons, never came to be. … Ostensibly, the exhibition considered how culture is controlled, obstructed or given free reign by institutions purporting to protect the interests of the artists, the institution itself, or the audience from legal and/or moral ramifications."

I Am Not There,” Review, Frieze Magazine.



 
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