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"For two decades the work of Paul Pfeiffer (b. 1966, US; lives in New York) has developed in response to the changing technology of video. His recent show at Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, exemplified his absorption of different traditions of imagemaking into a large two-screen video installation whose title, Three Figures in a Room (2016), harks back to Francis Bacon. Pfeiffer’s work shows on one screen “The Fight of the Century” between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao with the noise of the crowd removed, and on the other a film of the Foley sound artists employed to enhance the fight’s sound effects. In this interview he addresses the language we use to discuss visual production and what the age of augmented reality (AR) means for Art."
"For two decades the work of Paul Pfeiffer (b. 1966, US; lives in New York) has developed in response to the changing technology of video. His recent show at Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, exemplified his absorption of different traditions of imagemaking into a large two-screen video installation whose title, Three Figures in a Room (2016), harks back to Francis Bacon. Pfeiffer’s work shows on one screen “The Fight of the Century” between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao with the noise of the crowd removed, and on the other a film of the Foley sound artists employed to enhance the fight’s sound effects. In this interview he addresses the language we use to discuss visual production and what the age of augmented reality (AR) means for Art."
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