Sculpture with razor blades covering walls of second floor gallery. One of several inaugural exhibits at the 2nd Street location. Most of file is missing.
Gary Hill's installation deals with the process and structure of sound and images using darkness, sounds, strobe lights, and the perceptions of the human eye of the viewers. The number in the title refers to the time code for specific frames of a video.
Re-creation of the interior of a Soviet sanatorium. Drawings and sound retell the stories of the inhabitants.
Three-dimensional film projections, music, sound effects.
Installation of wood cages, wire screens, light bulbs, and sound. Dealt with themes of destabilization.
Exploration of idea of the "ultimate tourist." Artists lived with residents of San Francisco and held on-going audio-taped interviews. The installation included the audio element combined with visual elements for an "insider" view of the City.
Display of a fictional family's abandonned belongings.
Multi-media installation referencing historical and contemporary images related to mass behavior, war, power, and control.
4,000 blue starfish incorporated into suspended sculptures with lighting that evokes an underwater world.
Performance piece. Trilogy with The Perfect Death and The Philosophy of Question presented in cooperation with the University Art Museum, Berkeley.