Photo by Hilary Lloyd

Featuring video sculptures, projections and installations, this solo exhibition of new works by British artist Hilary Lloyd is the first U.S. museum presentation of the 2011 Turner Prize finalist's work.

Lloyd’s video installations present sequences of raw and found footage ranging from staggered narrative fragments to long takes of abstract retinal sensations that expose the materiality of visual technologies. Treating A/V equipment as a sculptural medium, Lloyd’s monitors, projectors, stands and cabling entail a bodily experience that engages hearing and wandering as much as viewing.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through September 10.

Featuring video sculptures, projections and installations, this solo exhibition of new works by British artist Hilary Lloyd is the first U.S. museum presentation of the 2011 Turner Prize finalist's work.

Lloyd’s video installations present sequences of raw and found footage ranging from staggered narrative fragments to long takes of abstract retinal sensations that expose the materiality of visual technologies. Treating A/V equipment as a sculptural medium, Lloyd’s monitors, projectors, stands and cabling entail a bodily experience that engages hearing and wandering as much as viewing.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through September 10.

Featuring video sculptures, projections and installations, this solo exhibition of new works by British artist Hilary Lloyd is the first U.S. museum presentation of the 2011 Turner Prize finalist's work.

Lloyd’s video installations present sequences of raw and found footage ranging from staggered narrative fragments to long takes of abstract retinal sensations that expose the materiality of visual technologies. Treating A/V equipment as a sculptural medium, Lloyd’s monitors, projectors, stands and cabling entail a bodily experience that engages hearing and wandering as much as viewing.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display through September 10.

WHEN

WHERE

Blaffer Art Museum
4188 Elgin St.
Houston, TX 77004
http://blafferartmuseum.org/hilary-lloyd/

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