Sarah Oppenheimer: Sensitive Machine

Sarah Oppenheimer: Sensitive Machine

Sarah Oppenheimer: Sensitive Machine

Sarah Oppenheimer: Sensitive Machine

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Overview

How Oppenheimer’s complex artworks break down barriers between art, audience and architecture

This publication documents the four interactive artworks by New York–based artist Sarah Oppenheimer (born 1972) created for the Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College in the context of her greater artistic oeuvre.
Printed in five color with foil stamping, with striking reproductions and contributions by Tracy L. Adler, Suzanne Keen, Sarah Oppenheimer and Seph Rodney, the book explores the artist’s multifaceted approach to empathy, agency, audience and cocreation, among many other themes in her work. Oppenheimer considers the space of the museum as a site of experimentation, where visitors experience the curiosity and joy of transforming the artworks themselves. In Oppenheimer’s words, “You have to enter the temporal network in order for the work to exist.”


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781636810638
Publisher: Delmonico Books
Publication date: 01/17/2023
Pages: 112
Product dimensions: 9.25(w) x 11.50(h) x (d)
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