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Named after Aldous Huxley’s acclaimed 1932 novel, this mesmerizing film-based work questions relationships between ritual and technological time through a compelling kaleidoscopic illusion, which blurs past, present, and future. Visitors are invited to peer inside to experience a fractalization of time, where they become part of a world in which people, ideas, and temporal codes travel, repeat, and converge. This piece is currently on view in “Senses of Time: Video and Film-Based Works of Africa.” [Theo Eshetu (England b. 1958), Brave New World II, 1999, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, museum purchase, 2008-7-1] #lacma #sensesoftime #africanart #videoinstallation #timebasedmedia

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