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Amy Stacey Curtis, installation art, TIME, part 2

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Uploaded on Dec 19, 2010

In 1998, Amy Stacey Curtis began an 18-year commitment to art-making, a project which would culminate through 9 solo-biennial exhibits from the year 2000 to the year 2016. In the end, Curtis will have installed 81 large-in-scope, interactive installation and new-media works in the vast mills of 8 or 9 Maine, USA towns. Each solo-biennial exhibit is a 22-month process, each exhibit exploring a different theme while requiring audience to perpetuate its multiple installations. TIME, Curtis's sixth solo biennial, was installed throughout 16,000 square feet of Biddeford, Maine's Pepperell Mill. The exhibit comprised 9 large-in-scope, interactive, time-based works, and was open for participation a total of 99 hours.

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