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I was lucky to catch Field Conditions at SFMOMA before it closed—not only did it share a name with a collection of poetry I’ve yet to write, it also had some sharp artwork. Stan Allen coined the lovely term and my favorite piece in the show was his print (indistinguishable on the far right of the temporary wall in the picture) of First 2,500 iterations of an infinite series of plan variations. it was a series of square shapes in slightly different permutations that, as I watched them carefully, started to dance like digital snow.
you can read an extensive overview of Field Conditions here on the SFMOMA blog, with a surprising (to me) but totally logical connection to Jackson Pollock.

I was lucky to catch Field Conditions at SFMOMA before it closed—not only did it share a name with a collection of poetry I’ve yet to write, it also had some sharp artwork. Stan Allen coined the lovely term and my favorite piece in the show was his print (indistinguishable on the far right of the temporary wall in the picture) of First 2,500 iterations of an infinite series of plan variations. it was a series of square shapes in slightly different permutations that, as I watched them carefully, started to dance like digital snow.

you can read an extensive overview of Field Conditions here on the SFMOMA blog, with a surprising (to me) but totally logical connection to Jackson Pollock.

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    THIS WAS SO went twice, thank goodness.
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    Thanks for the thoughtful post about Field Conditions! Although it’s now being deinstalled, the exhibition gave us a lot...
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