Opener 31: Tim Davis — When We Are Dancing (I Get Ideas)
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About This Book
Tim Davis – When We Are Dancing (I Get Ideas) presents recent work by Davis – an artist, writer, and musician whose sprawling oeuvre includes photography, video, drawing, installation, and sound works. Davis makes artwork that explores the intersection of humor and longing, where the ridiculous meets the sublime, and the abject aligns with the beautiful in unexpected ways. The exhibition catalogue includes a new interview with Tim Davis by Rachel Seligman, and essays by Luc Sante and Tim Davis.
The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College
Beverly Joel / pulp, ink.
Tim Davis, Luc Sante
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Being a photographer is like being an emperor with no clothes, because at the end of the day, you come back and you don’t actually have anything, you don’t have any stuff. You just have these collisions of your eyes with the visual world, and your latent images.