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 Past Exhibition

Bruce Yonemoto: Screen Gems
December 14, 2001–March 10, 2002
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Born (1949) and reared in the Santa Clara valley, CA, Bruce Yonemoto has witnessed the destruction of that valley and its reemergence as Silicon Valley, a center of computer technology in America. Like most children of his baby-boom generation, he experienced much of the world through the media: television, Hollywood movies, photographs, and comic books. Working with screens, monitors, imagery, objects, and ideas from video, film, television, and popular culture, Yonemoto examines recurring themes of memory, the construction of identity, and his third-generation Japanese-American heritage. Yonemoto was an artist in residence. This is his first solo museum exhibition in the Midwest.