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For Juan Antonio Olivares, Moléculas (2017) is a work…

For Juan Antonio Olivares, Moléculas (2017) is a work fundamentally about empathy. It raises questions about separation, loss, and the pain that ensues—and how this process situates us in a universal cycle of life and death. Read an essay by curator Jane Panetta to learn more. See the work on view at the Whitney through June 10.

[Juan Antonio Olivares, still from Moléculas, 2017. High-definition video, color, sound; 10:00 min.; Whitney Museum of American Art; purchase with funds from the Film, Video, and New Media Committee. Image courtesy the artist]

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For Juan Antonio Olivares, Moléculas (2017) is a work fundamentally about empathy. It raises questions about separation, loss, and the pain that ensues—and how this process situates us in a universal cycle of life and death. Read an essay by curator Jane Panetta to learn more. See the work on view at the Whitney through June 10.

[Juan Antonio Olivares, still from Moléculas, 2017. High-definition video, color, sound; 10:00 min.; Whitney Museum of American Art; purchase with funds from the Film, Video, and New Media Committee. Image courtesy the artist]

For Juan Antonio Olivares, Moléculas (2017) is a work fundamentally about empathy. It raises questions about separation, loss, and the pain that ensues—and how this process situates us in a universal cycle of life and death. Read an essay by curator Jane Panetta to learn more. See the work on view at the Whitney through June 10.

[Juan Antonio Olivares, still from Moléculas, 2017. High-definition video, color, sound; 10:00 min.; Whitney Museum of American Art; purchase with funds from the Film, Video, and New Media Committee. Image courtesy the artist]

For Juan Antonio Olivares, Moléculas (2017) is a work…

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