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    James Coleman, Photograph (still), 1998-99; projected images with synchronized audio narration; Partial gift of Pamela and Richard Kramlich to the New Art Trust to benefit the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and Tate, United Kingdom; © James Coleman

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    Carey Young, I am a Revolutionary, 2001; single-channel video with sound, 4:08 min.; Courtesy the artist and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York; © Carey Young

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    Geoffrey Farmer, The Surgeon and the Photographer (detail), 2009; paper, textile, wood and metal; Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, purchased with funds from the Jean MacMillan Southam Major Art Purchase Fund, Phil Lind, Vancouver Art Gallery Acquisition Fund, Canada Council for the Arts Acquisitions Assistance Program and the Michael O'Brian Family Foundation; © Geoffrey Farmer; photo: Scott Masey

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    Charles Atlas, Hail the New Puritan, 1985–86; single-channel video with sound; courtesy of the Electronic Arts Intermix, Inc., New York; © Charles Atlas

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    Mika Tajima, Today Is Not a Dress Rehearsal (Judith Butler)(still), 2010; single-channel video projection with sound, photo wall paper on stand; Courtesy the artist; © Mika Tajima

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    Deville Cohen, Poison, 2011; HD video with sound; courtesy Louis B James Gallery, New York; © Deville Cohen

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    Deville Cohen, Poison, 2011; HD video with sound; courtesy Louis B James Gallery, New York; © Deville Cohen

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    Janet Cardiff, The Telephone Call, 2001; Audio and video walk through the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: digital video, mini DV camera, and headphones; Collection SFMOMA; © Janet Cardiff

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    Tony Oursler, F/X Plotter #2, 1993; cloth and video projection; Collection SFMOMA, gift of Anne MacDonald; © Tony Oursler

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    Craigie Horsfield, Via Gianturco, Naples, February 2010, 2011; tapestry; 149 1/2 in. x 338 1/2 in. (379.73 cm x 859.79 cm); Courtesy the artist, Scheublein Fine Art, Zurich, and Marvelli Gallery, New York; © Craigie Horsfield

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    Guy Ben-Ner, Stealing Beauty, 2007; single-channel video with sound; Courtesy the artist and Postmasters Gallery, New York; © Guy Ben-Ner

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    Tucker Nichols, Stage Production, 2012; Stage design, wallpaper, movable walls, programs, signage; commissioned by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, courtesy the artist and Gallery 16, San Francisco; © Tucker Nichols

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    George Kuchar, I, AN ACTRESS, 1977; 16mm, black-and-white, transferred to video, sound, 9min.; Courtesy the Estate of George Kuchar; ©Estate of George Kuchar

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    Catherine Wagner, University of Berkeley, Statistics Classroom, Berkeley, California, 1983, 1983; Gelatin silver print, 20 in. x 24 in. (50.8 cm x 60.96 cm); Courtesy the artist and Gallery Luisotti, Santa Monica; ©Catherine Wagner

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