Leslie Thornton - Videos
Leslie Thornton talking about her work, The Binoculars, creating an archive, Peggy and Fred in Hell, taking still photographs as opposed to shooting film, the problems of excess and data in the digital world, her short piece called "Photography's Easy, the ease of the digital image, building an archive of dead nature, the Natural History Museum, shooting at natural history museums around the world, moving on to live animals, shooting at the zoo, how she shot her series "Binoculars", the subcategory of "Binoculars: The Machine", working in a gallery context, artist expectations of the viewer, the average viewing time of a painting (8 seconds), the mystification of artists by gallerists. Public open lecture for the students and faculty of the European Graduate School EGS Media and Communication Studies department program Saas-Fee Switzerland Europe 2010
Cognac Wellerlane interviewing artist, directer and filmmaker Leslie Thorton at the Winkleman Gallery for her latest exhibit of "Binocular".
James Kalm presenting a curatorial project by Cecilia Alemani in the Rotating Gallery at PS1 at the mega exhibition "Greater New York", interviewing Leslie Thornton and Judith Bernestein.