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Robin Bernat: American Pastoral
January10–April 6, 2003
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Robin Bernat's past video works have explored longing, solitude, and romantic notions of love and beauty. In the museum debut of her new work, American Pastoral, Bernat combines romanticized images of the American landscape of the South with indigenous American folk and gospel music. In this work she examined romantic and spiritual longing, faith, desire, and grace. The search for transcendence through a deep connection to the land and its music underlined Bernat's installation. Bernat lives and works in Atlanta, GA. She has exhibited her work at Solomon Projects, GA; in the 2000 Whitney Biennial, NY; and in other venues in the American southeast. Robin Bernat was an artist in residence.