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HERETHERE - Jon Rubin
In this PBS episode of The Art Assignment, Jon Rubin, a Pittsburgh based artist whose practice often focuses on cultural exchange, pushes us to imagine other people and their lives more complexly. For his assignment, he asks you to do the same by bridging the gap between you and your neighbor.
This article reports on the exhibition entitled "Whatever It Takes" on show at the Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh (August 27, 2010 - January 30, 2011), curated by Jon Rubin and Astria Suparak and exploring themes around the Pittsburgh American football team The Steelers.
Describes an interactive installation work by American artists Jon Rubin and Kurt Kiefer. The piece, positioned outside the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery as part of the show "Exploration: City Site '92," consists of the words "I AM AFRAID" on a 23-foot sign, which lights up and moves forward when triggered by passers-by or remote control.