The Language of Less (Then and Now) video suite

The Language of Less (Then and Now) video suite

The Language of Less (Then and Now) was an exhibition inspired by the MCA Chicago’s rich holdings of Minimalist and post-Minimalist work from the 1960s and 1970s. The exhibition was presented in two parts, one devoted to a reinstallation of the historical works (featuring artists including Carl Andre, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, and Richard Serra); and a second showcasing five contemporary artists (Leonor Antunes, Carol Bove, Jason Dodge, Gedi Sibony, and Oscar Tuazon) whose work refers to the stylistic language of their forebears, albeit with entirely new content and concerns.

The A/V interpretive materials for the exhibition (including a suite of videos and an audio tour) featured the contemporary artists speaking about their own work, and about a work or artist featured in the historical half of the exhibition. The resulting materials were presented onsite (video screens as well as on iPods for in-gallery use) and online (through the website and various social channels).

Videos included in suite:
The Language of Less: Jason Dodge (above)
The Language of Less: Oscar Tuazon
Artist On Site: Tony Conrad on The Language of Less

My role: 
Producer, Project Manager, and Interviewer

Project collaborators:
Director, Cinematographer, and Editor: Mike Alfini
Graphic Designers: James Goggin and Alfredo Ruiz