Featuring video and installation works by Carol Bove, Amy Grappell, and David Noonan, this group exhibition addressed the lingering cultural fallout of the 1960s, and particularly its effect on a generation of younger artists and their engagement with the period as it becomes more somberly remote. In the mid-1990s, Newt Gingrich said the 1960s would come to be seen as a “temporary aberration” within the overall trajectory of U.S. history. Whether or not he is right, the ’60s remains a period with whose ideals we still reckon with no matter how misguided, dark, or farcical they have since proven.
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