What happens when an exhibition does not reflect an artist’s breadth of thinking? In his first New York exhibition in three years, Cory Arcangel shows nine works presented on as many flatscreen televisions, which have been rotated from landscape to portrait format and are accompanied by clutters of cables connecting them to media players. All part of the series Lakes (2013–4), they are each different iterations of the same work: a digital image that the artist transformed using a ‘lake’ Java applet…
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