Ann Hamilton, (dissections...they said it was an, 1988/1993

Images of Ann Hamilton, (dissections...they said it was an

A translucent liquid streams down the chin and neck of a pale-skinned person. The close-up image depicts only the person's neck, collarbones, and jawline.
  1. Long In a dark, cool-toned image, a masculine person looks straight upwards, revealing the underside of their jaw and the entirety of their neck. Two distinct rivulets of liquid trickle down the person's neck, with other droplets of liquid scattered across the visible portion of their collarbones and chest. The liquid glistens from reflected light. The background consists only of a solid blue-black color.
Ann Hamilton, American, b. 1956
(dissections…they said it was an, 1988/1993
LCD monitor with color-toned image, 30-minute video laser disc, and laser disk player
Screen : 3 ½ × 4 ½ in. (8.9 × 11.4 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Bernice and Kenneth Newberger Fund; restricted gift of Susan and Lewis Manilow and Howard and Donna Stone, 1995.13

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