Tracking the Thrill

Photo Credit: Jason Mandella

Photo Credit: Jason Mandella

In celebration of the Gretchen Bender's prolific and impactful career, The Kitchen held a video exhibition sharing the artist's varied interests and accomplishments. Video works Total Recall and Wild Dead were shown alongside a selection of her projects for the music and television industries. Additional events associated with the extended installation included a panel discussion with Dara Birnbaum, Hal Foster, Robert Longo, and Tim Griffin, as well as an exhibition walkthrough with Stuart Argabright, who composed the music for Total Recall and Wild Dead. 

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