Husband-wife collaborators Jennifer and Kevin McCoy create cinematic narratives with multimedia installations, performances, and objects. Their works often have multiple dualities; “In a lot of our projects there’s this idea of looking two places—looking at the screen and looking at the work and then trying to push those two experiences together, trying to verify the fact of the work and the mediated part,” Jennifer has said. They often play with the tropes of filmmaking and acting, and show both mediated and unmediated representations of reality. In their 2008 “Artists Talks” series, the McCoys invited actors to present the works of famous artists as their own. Actor C. G. Reeves pretended to be the painter George Condo, presenting a slide show of Condo’s work and inventing titles and explanations on the fly.