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#00875

Where the Cat's At

Artist
John Marriott
Date
1999
Format
Video
Details
VHS
Description

John Marriott’s “Where the cat’s at” is a video projection of a cute cat slinking through the Art Gallery of Ontario. It doesn’t make much sense as it passes through the AGO’s historic painting galleries, but its presence among the Henry Moore sculptures seems perfectly complementary. Space, form, movement, the vulnerability of the living moment.

  1. Where the Cat’s At
 

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