So Long Sol

Artist Talk: Nic Hess

For the Hammer's Lobby Wall, Swiss artist Nic Hess presents Automatic Crash Response, a mixture of images in tape ranging from tombstone-like monuments of several recently failed banks, animals, how-to exercise diagrams, a generic shopping cart, the USPS logo and more to weave a lyrical quasi-narrative left for the viewer to decode. Join us as Nic Hess discusses Automatic Crash Response, as well as his other works.

Followed by a Q&A.

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