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New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century

March 17 – June 15, 2019

The Museum of Modern Art

Second-floor Collection Galleries

The Museum of Modern Art announces New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century, on view from March 17 through June 23, 2019. Drawn entirely from MoMA’s collection, the exhibition includes works made since the turn of the millennium that push the boundaries of technology: upending systems, twisting materials, and inventing novel techniques and forms. The exhibition explores the ways in which technological processes are still stubbornly tied to the physical world—mired in matter, friction, and breakdown.

New Order: Art and Technology in the Twenty-First Century is organized by Michelle Kuo, The Marlene Hess Curator of Painting and Sculpture.

The exhibition is supported by the Annual Exhibition Fund with major contributions from the Estate of Ralph L. Riehle, Alice and Tom Tisch, Mimi and Peter Haas Fund, Brett and Daniel Sundheim, Karen and Gary Winnick, The Marella and Giovanni Agnelli Fund for Exhibitions, and Oya and Bülent Eczacıbaşı.

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Ian Cheng. Emissary Forks at Perfection. 2015–2016. Live simulation and story (color, sound). Infinite duration. Fund for the Twenty-First Century. © 2019 Ian Cheng. Courtesy of the Artist.

Harun Farocki. Eye/Machine I. 2001. Two-channel video installation re-edited to single-channel video (color, sound). 23 minutes. Committee on Film Funds. © 2019 Harun Farocki Filmproduktion.

Seth Price. Vintage Bomber. 2006. Vacuum-formed polyvinyl chloride. 48 x 42 x 2 1/4″ (121.9 x 106.7 x 5.7 cm). Gift of Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis

Tabor Robak. Xenix. 2013. Seven-channel video (color, silent), real-time 3-D. 5 minutes. The Junior Associates of the Museum of Modern Art. © 2019 Tabor Robak.

Tauba Auerbach. Altar/Engine. 2015. 3D printed nylon and plastic on table of aluminum, wood and paint. 116 parts ranging from 18 × 18 × 10″ (45.7 × 45.7 × 25.4 cm) to 1 × 1 × 2″ (2.5 × 2.5 × 5.1 cm), table 15 × 108 × 108″ (38.1 × 274.3 × 274.3 cm). Acquired through the generosity of Jerry Speyer and Katherine Farley, Allison and Neil Rubler, an anonymous donor, and The Contemporary Arts Council of The Museum of Modern Art. © 2019 Tauba Auerbach. Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.

Wade Guyton. Untitled. 2009. Digital print on plywood. 96 x 48 x 3/4″ (243.8 x 121.9 x 1.9 cm). Acquired through the generosity of Peter H. Friedland. © 2019 Wade Guyton.

Mark Leckey. Made in ‘Eaven. 2004. Video transferred to 16mm film (color, silent). 3 min. Gift of Hilary and Peter Hatch. © 2019 Mark Leckey. Image courtesy the artist/Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York.

Jacolby Satterwhite. Country Ball 1989–2012. 2012. Video animation and video (color, sound). 12:38 min. Acquired through the generosity of Bernard Lumpkin and Carmine Boccuzzi. © 2019 Jacolby Satterwhite.

Thomas Ruff. phg.06. 2012. Chromogenic color print. 92 1/8 x 64 5/8″ (234 x 164.1 cm). Gift of Dr. Mathias Boehringer. © 2019 Thomas Ruff / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Germany.

Trevor Paglen. It Began as a Military Experiment. 2017. Ten pigmented inkjet prints. Each 13 7/16 × 10 1/4″ (34.1 × 26 cm). Photography Purchase Fund. © 2019 Trevor Paglen. Courtesy of the artist and Metro Pictures, New York.

Basim Magdy. A 240 Second Analysis of Failure and Hopefulness (With Coke, Vinegar and Other Tear Gas Remedies). 2012. 35mm color slides. 240 seconds. Fund for the Twenty-First Century. © 2019 Basim Magdy.

Leslie Thornton. Luna. 2013. Video (color, sound). 12 minutes. Gift of the Robert D. Bielecki Foundation. © 2019 Leslie Thornton. Used by permission.