Gareth Long - Installation view: Roman Copies & Copiť Roman

Installation view: Roman Copies & Copiť Romans

2012
Michael Benevento

Two lenticular prints featuring variations on Venn diagrams overlaid with diptych images relating to sculptural and theatrical traditions of Ancient Greece. The circular diagrams move and shift as the viewer walks past the prints. The circling shapes of the diagrams seem to suggest a boundary to what we can know or learn - the word 'enkuklos,' or encirclement, links etymologically to the word 'encyclopedia.' A blank Venn diagram suggests an incomplete or limited form of knowledge, just as copying suggests a form of ongoing seriality that resists final completion.

Paideia, Lustig, Greek original, Indiscriminate copier,
Square of opposition, Les Faux-monnayeurs, &c., &c.

2012
Lenticular print on curved aluminum
72.75 x 42 x 6.7"

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Euripides, Seneca, Racine, Gide, Hippolytus, Phaedra, Phaedra, Theseus, Some Velvet Morning, &c., &c.

2012
Lenticular print on curved aluminum
72.75 x 42 x 6.7"

View 1
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Gareth Long - Installation view: Roman Copies & Copiť Roman

Installation view: Roman Copies & Copiť Romans

2012
Michael Benevento

Gareth Long - Installation view: Roman Copies & Copiť Roman

Installation view: Roman Copies & Copiť Romans

2012
Michael Benevento