Ballroom Marfa Art Fund


Hubbard/Birchler: Eight, Eighteen at Linda Pace Foundation

10 Oct 2013


Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler Eighteen, 2013. UHD Video with Sound. Duration: 18 min 30 sec, loop. Installation dimensions variable. Image copyright of the artists. Courtesy Tanya Bonakdar Gallery New York and Lora Reynolds Gallery Austin.

Before Teresa Hubbard & Alexander Birchler’s Trilogy opens here at Ballroom Marfa in 2014, be sure to check out their new exhibition, Eight, Eighteen, at the Linda Pace Foundation.

Eight, Eighteen consists of two films: Eight from 2001, which revolves around the birthday of an eight-year-old girl and Eighteen (2013), which follows the same subject, only 10 years later on her 18th birthday. Due to video looping, changing locations, and the non-linear and disjointed narrative present in both films, the viewer is forced to question what is fact and what is fiction, leading one to examine the larger theme at the core of Hubbard/Birchler’s work: the subtleties found in cinema’s components and within its history.

Eight, Eighteen opens on Saturday, October 12, 2013 and runs until March 29, 2014 at the Linda Pace Foundation in San Antonio, TX.

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