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MAPPING THE STUDIO II with color shift, flip, flop, & flip/flop (Fat Chance John Cage)

Artist: Bruce Nauman born 1941
Date: 2001
Classification: installation
Medium: Video, 7 projections, colour and sound (mono)
Dimensions: duration: 5hours, 45min Overall display dimensions variable

Purchased jointly by Tate, London with funds provided by the American Fund for the Tate Gallery; Centre Pompidou, Musée national d'art moderne, Paris with the support of Mr and Mrs William S. Fisher Family Foundation and the Georges Pompidou Culture Found

© Bruce Nauman/ARS, NY and DACS, London 2014

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