BRUCE NAUMAN 04.14.21 - 07.14.21
SHIPPING CHARGES APPLY Listen as we step inside the exhibit at The Maria Leuff Foundation featuring the films of Bruce Nauman. The two
  films on view are centered upon single repetitive actions. Each of these actions performed in isolation, before a
STORE stationary set camera, between the years of 1967 and 1968.
  Walking in an Exaggerated Manner Around the Perimeter of a Square is in part a study of the body in movement and
  its relationship to disappearance. Consciously constrained to the perimeter of a square, variations in the artist's
  movements are exaggerated only to disappear and reappear again with a methodic, almost traipsing gait. Scored to
  silence, the film seems to measure the duration of an ever-diminishing progress, one which seems all the more inert
  with each completed turn around its periphery.  
  Playing a Note on the Violin While I Walk Around the Studio hinges on the sustained sparsity of two notes played on
  a violin. Below Nauman, we see materials strewn about the floor in no discernible order, composed without any real
  necessity or logic. Each continuous note produces an unnerving combination of sound leveling into a loop of  
  orchestral monotony.  
  The exhibition is open by appointment through July 14th, 2021. The Maria Leuff Foundation is a private  
  exhibition space located in rural upstate New York. For more information please visit their website.