A diptych from ...and of time.
Framed color photographs
is represented by a group of photographs from ...and of time.,
a series of more than 1,000 photographs that the artist made of
her sparsely furnished living room. Focusing on issues of perception
and what Barth calls "ambient vision," these carefully
cropped images suggest her affinity for works at the Getty Center
by contemporary artist Robert Irwin (Central Garden, 1997) and Impressionist
painter Claude Monet (Wheatstacks, Snow Effect, Morning,
1891). Copies of the book that serves as an index to Barth's project
are on view in the exhibition and are available for purchase in
the Museum bookstore.