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About This Book
A composer and a curator had a conversation about how composers work, and how this relates to art making. This conversation was the inspiration for I was a double, an exhibition that brings together a group of artists that invent rules and then follow them; whether written or not, each artist makes a proposal to herself or himself that becomes realized in the physical artwork. Curators David Lang and Ian Berry asked the artists in I was a double for a sentence describing their rule making. David Lang composed music for each artwork based on the artists’ statements, making his score out of theirs. This book features a conversation between the curators along with an extensive selection of photographs documenting the installation, artworks, and Lang’s musical scores.
The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College
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Ian Berry, David Lang
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I’m interested in being in an environment where I am given permission to be thoughtful. I’m given permission to look, to ask myself what’s interesting, to think about it seriously, and to grow as a thinker—to experience something myself and be aware that I’m experiencing it.