Gagosian recently launched an online exhibition of artists’ films titled “Broadcast: Alternate Meanings in Film and Video.” The video works are being organized into a series of “chapters” with each installment lasting two weeks.
The first installment features six, diverse video works that explore various experiences of reality. The first series includes films by Taryn Simon and Richard Serra that portray unique methods to developing self-awareness, “either through interrogations of mass-media conventions or by staging actions that test the limits of the body,” said Gagosian in a statement.
In the next section, artists Douglas Gordon and Chris Burden immerse viewers into external surroundings and scenarios. Lastly, Damien Hirst and Adam McEwen each offer durational work that lay out procedures to “’drop out’ of the norms and confines structuring daily life,” the gallery added.
The ongoing exhibition will also include works by Theaster Gates, Carsten Höller, Harmony Korine, Vera Lutter, Man Ray, Nam June Paik, Sterling Ruby, Ed Ruscha, Richard Serra, and many more.
Head to Gagosian’s website to view the first chapter of films.