Artist Carrie Schneider and Natasha Egan, director, the Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP), spoke at this private event for ArtTable members, their guests, and special guests of the MoCP. For Burning House, Schneider produced a series of fifteen large-scale color photographs of a house engulfed in flames. Standing alone on an island in the middle of a lake, the small house burns eternally, with each photograph capturing the fire at different times of day and in various seasons and weather conditions. Kerry James Marshall’s “on the wall” installation, titled Black Night Falling: Black Holes and Constellations, bends space and time, fact and fiction.
Credit: Carrie Schneider, “Burning House (September, night)”