Artful Gesture

Jeff Clark, LSA Class of 2010

When we were granted access to choose an artwork to focus on, it was a little difficult for me. Much like being asked to choose a favorite food or film. After a period of silent consideration, and many laps around the museum, I found myself continually drawn back to the DialogTable. What struck me is that I found myself admiring it as much as employing it, and it became readily apparent that the Table itself deserved the same treatment as any of the other artworks. My choice was made. It was those same observations of the relationship between Table and People which inspired me to simply park a camera at the intersection of Art, Technology, and Humanity, then let the passing traffic tell the story.


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