February 15 - April 3, 2021
To attend the online artist talk with James Cohan on March 9, 2021, go here.
From the gallery:
“With Bridges II: Bill Viola, The Gallery at UTA continues an ongoing collaboration with the Art Bridges Foundation, a program that arts patron and philanthropist Alice Walton created to loan museum quality art to partner institutions throughout the country. For the second year in a row, The Gallery at UTA has been allowed to borrow from the foundation’s collection of works by world-renowned artists. This year, internationally recognized video artist Bill Viola’s seminal video installation “Moving Stillness, Mount Rainier” (1979) has been selected for display. The room-sized piece, constructed on-site in a darkened, enclosed gallery space to create a more immersive viewer experience, incorporates a video reflecting off a large pool of water onto a suspended screen, along with sound recordings. The water surface is stirred with a paddle at set intervals throughout the day, disrupting the serene, reflected image. This contemplative work reflects on both the strength and fragility of nature over time “
On View: February 15, 2021 | 1–5 pm
Artist talk: March 9, 2021 | 12:30–1:30 pm
James Cohan. See event for details.
502 S. Cooper Street
Arlington, 76019-0089 TX