Strange Attractors: Signs of Chaos
September 14 - November 26, 1989
Main Gallery

Artists: Dove Bradshaw, Glenn Branca, Ellen Brooks, John Cage, Tony Cokes, Critical Art Ensemble, Collins and Milazzo, Steve DiBenedetto, Orshi Drozdik, Dana Duff, Laura Emrick, Diana Formisano, Jon Kessler, Eve Andrée Laramée, Zoe Leonard, Jill Levine, Steve Miller, Peter Nagy, Joseph Nechvatal, Alastair Noble, David Nyzio, Dan Reynolds, Andres Serrano, David Smith, Jon Tower, Sokhi Wagner, Oliver Wasow, Grace Williams and Litina

"The ideas embedded in the language and images of "chaos science" strike a familiar, strangely seductive chord. Like the shapes and figures of its "fractal" geometry, our daily experience is fragmented; fraught with arbitrary juxtapositions, patterns of perception and social practice are assaulted by an onrush of information. . . . Leisure time, work and art, our bodies and so also our selvesÑall are absorbed into the breathing and buzzing surreality of simulation culture, of global information networks and cybernetic machines."

Laura Trippi, Strange Attractorscatalogue.

"The room soundsÑnot to mention looksÑlike a party in the Tunnel."

Kay Larson, "Art," New York Magazine, October 23, 1989.








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