Recreated the section of Kearny Street through San Francisco's Chinatown using turtles as inhabitants. Commentary on hatred toward early Chinese immigrants into SF. Some correspondence materials in French.
Game room environment with oversized chess pieces, video chessboard, and wooden blocks with words, dealing with issues of gender and sexuality in Latino-American culture.
Re-creation of the artist's studio damaged in the 1989 earthquake. Also included re-creations of his conceptual works from the 1970s, such as "Cafe Society".
Juxtaposes technology with a garden/conservatory atmosphere using video, sound, and aromas.
Mixed-media painting installation at the Monadnock Building (685 Market Street) involving images of a Chinese-American family. In same file as Reading Room.
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.