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Ann Hamilton (November 4, 1992)01:52:54

Ann Hamilton shows photographs of the work and talks about her influences, creative process, and materials. Hamilton talks about the origins of her sense of gesture and movement, and the interiority and exteriority of the body. She describes in detail her experiences in creating different installations, including her Still Life, 1988, which she states is her first “site responsive” piece, “informed by the time and place” She also talks about Privation and Excess, 1989, an installation which included 750,000 pennies, honey, sheep, and other materials. Hamilton also talks about architect Peter Eisenman and how she came to appreciate his work.

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