If video technology changes our critical distance from the world and its objects, with its emphasis on close ups and quick edits, then showing the sculptural structure that was used to make the video gives us a physical presence, distance, to look at again.
Richard Bloes is an artist who works with many different media. He is primarily known for his lo-tech video installation works. He has received numerous awards and fellowships including a Guggenheim Fellowship and, more recently, a Pollock-Kranser grant. He has shown at Feature Inc in NYC since 1990 and has shown in many museums including the Contemporary Art Center in Cinncinnatti.
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