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Rachel Rose

Everything and More, 2015

High-definition video, color, sound, with mylar, PVC, and carpet
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Whitney Museum of American Art
New York
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Collection: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Collection: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

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Courtesy of the Whitney Museum of American Art Photo: Ron Amstutz
Rachel Rose
American, b. 1986
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Rachel Rose’s dreamlike video works often center on the concept of mortality and include montages that are neither narrative nor abstract. She zooms in on her footage to highlight concrete textures—of an antique painting or a mascara’d eyelash, for example—and adds layers of haunting sounds and opaque speech. But there are also clear characters and settings in Rose’s videos, such as a polar bear in captivity who has lost his sensitivity to snow, or Philip Johnson’s Glass House in a downpour.

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About the work
Exhibition history
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Whitney Museum of American Art
New York
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Collection: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

Collection: Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

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Courtesy of the Whitney Museum of American Art Photo: Ron Amstutz
Rachel Rose
American, b. 1986
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Rachel Rose’s dreamlike video works often center on the concept of mortality and include montages that are neither narrative nor abstract. She zooms in on her footage to highlight concrete textures—of an antique painting or a mascara’d eyelash, for example—and adds layers of haunting sounds and opaque speech. But there are also clear characters and settings in Rose’s videos, such as a polar bear in captivity who has lost his sensitivity to snow, or Philip Johnson’s Glass House in a downpour.

Rachel Rose

Everything and More, 2015

High-definition video, color, sound, with mylar, PVC, and carpet
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