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MSU Broad’s ‘Moving Time’ features video art retrospective

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Marina Abramovi? Archives and LIMA, Amsterdam
The 'Moving Time' exhibition at the Broad Art Museum includes Marina Abramovi? and Ulay, 'AAA-AAA,' 1978. "

We visit the Broad Art Museum for their next exhibit “Moving Time,” a video installation that will take up two floors of the museum and is one of the final exhibits conceived by founding director Michael Rush, who passed away earlier this year.

Salman Rushdie says “In the experience of art, time seems not to exist.” But what about when the passage of time at the core of that very same art? The new exhibit opening this weekend at the Broad Museum on the MSU campus, explores that and it’s titled “Moving Time: Video Art at 50.”

Current State’s Jamie Paisley spoke with the curator of the Broad about this new installation, which will take up two floors of the museum.

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