March 21June 15, 2014
Jim Campbell: Rhythms of Perception
Jim Campbell: Rhythms of Perception is the first solo museum exhibition in New York of the San Francisco-based artist Jim Campbell (b.1956), who is best known for his evocative low resolution works. This career-spanning exhibition features over 20 works, ranging from early experimental film, interactive works, and low-resolution videos to large-scale installations. An innovator in the use of technology, Campbell integrates and manipulates computers and custom electronics into visually arresting artworks.
Jim Campbell: Rhythms of Perception is organized by guest curator Steve Dietz, Founder and Artistic Director of Northern Lights.mn.
This exhibition is made possible with generous support from Ann and Andrew Tisch and anonymous donors. The Museum also gratefully acknowledges the City of New York for ongoing support.