Posts Tagged “Ryan Trecartin”

Moving Image: on Ryan Trecartin

by Travis Jeppesen on October 7, 2015

My essay, “Exploding the Frame: Ryan Trecartin’s Bad Language,” appears in the new anthology Moving Image edited by Omar Kholeif, part of the “Documents of Contemporary Art” series from Whitechapel Gallery. The essay can also be read below. The RealityTV (…)

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Exploding the Frame: Ryan Trecartin’s Bad Language

by Travis Jeppesen on August 3, 2012

    The Reality TV script is, by now, formulaic, easy enough to decode by nearly anyone. It’s been around for a generation, the youngest among us has known no other function of television other than constructing and presenting a (…)

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Ryan Trecartin at Whitechapel Gallery

by Travis Jeppesen on November 8, 2008

Having sat through so much bad video art in the past, I had until fairly recently come close to giving up on the medium altogether. Lately, however, my prejudices have been dissolving, as a new generation of video artists — (…)

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