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Long loan Camberwell College of Arts
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Printed books 709.4093 HER (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available 34571973
Long loan Camberwell College of Arts
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Printed books 709.4093 HER (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available 34402276
3 hour loan Chelsea College of Arts
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Printed books Hh(2002) (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Library use only (Closed access, please ask at Information Desk) 35727705
Long loan London College of Communication
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Printed books 708.147 TEM (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Issued 09/12/2021 40805905
Long loan Wimbledon College of Arts
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Printed books 730.9 MUS (Browse shelf (Opens below)) Available 54039000317266
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Artists have always struggled to represent the ephemeral phenomenon that is time, but since the beginning of the twentieth century it has become almost a fixation: in recent decades alone, consider On Kawara's series of dated one-day paintings, Janine Antoni's massive and gnawed-at hunks of chocolate and lard, Hiroshi Sugimoto's long-exposure photographs of movie theaters, or I igo Manglano-Ovalle's sped-up video of human motion in Mies van der Rohe's New National Gallery in Berlin. Tempo includes multimedia work by artists as diverse as Francis Alys, Matthew Barney, Vija Clemins, Douglas Gordon, Roni Horn, Guillermo Kuitca, Glenn Ligon, Gabriel Orozco, Paul Pfeiffer, Kim Sooja, Fatimah Tuggar, Andriana Varejao, Erwin Wurm and Andrea Zittel. It is published to accompany the inaugural exhibition at MoMA QNS, The Museum of Modern Art's temporary space in Queens, New York.

Catalogue of the exhibition held MoMA, New York, June 29 - September 9, 2002.

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