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Descriptive Acts

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    Dora García, Instant Narrative, 2006-8 (installation view); performance, video projection; dimensions variable; collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; photo by James Royall; © Dora García

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    Aurélien Froment, Pulmo Marina, 2010 (still); HD video projection with sound, 5:10 min.; collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; © Aurélien Froment

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    Tris Vonna-Michell, GTO: hahn / huhn, variation 1,  2010 (installation detail); slide projector, two-channel audio on headphones, bulletin boards, digital prints, chairs, table, granite; dimensions variable; collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; © Tris Vonna-Michell; photo: Brian Forrest

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    Tris Vonna-Michell, GTO: hahn / huhn, variation 1,  2010 (installation detail); slide projector, two-channel audio on headphones, bulletin boards, digital prints, chairs, table, granite; dimensions variable; collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; © Tris Vonna-Michell; photo: Brian Forrest

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    Tris Vonna-Michell, GTO: hahn / huhn, variation 1,  2010 (installation detail); slide projector, two-channel audio on headphones, bulletin boards, digital prints, chairs, table, granite; dimensions variable; collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; © Tris Vonna-Michell; photo: Brian Forrest

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    Anthony Discenza, A Viewing (The Effect), 2009-10 (installation view); digital audio installation; dimensions variable; courtesy the artist and Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco – New York; © Anthony Discenza

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    Shilpa Gupta, I Have Many Dreams, 2007-8 (installation detail); 4 archival prints on canvas with sound; each print: 66 in. x 54 in.; courtesy the artist and Yvon Lambert Gallery, New York – Paris; © Shilpa Gupta

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    Shilpa Gupta, I Have Many Dreams, 2007-8 (installation detail); 4 archival prints on canvas with sound; each print: 66 in. x 54 in.; courtesy the artist and Yvon Lambert Gallery, New York – Paris; © Shilpa Gupta

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    John Smith, The Girl Chewing Gum, 1976 (still); 16mm film transferred to video with sound, 12 min.; courtesy the artist and Video Data Bank, Chicago; © John Smith

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    John Smith, The Girl Chewing Gum, 1976 (still); 16mm film transferred to video with sound, 12 min.; courtesy the artist and Video Data Bank, Chicago; © John Smith

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    Lynn Marie Kirby and Li Xiaofei, Hello? 你好!, 2010 (still); two-channel video projection; courtesy the artists

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    Lynn Marie Kirby and Li Xiaofei, Hello? 你好!, 2010 (still); two-channel video projection; courtesy the artists

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