• Douglas Gordon

    Centre Pompidou

    Ever since Douglas Gordon re-presented Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho—without a soundtrack and slowed down so that it took 24 hours to screen—at Glasgow’s Tramway in 1993, he’s been an ubiquitous figure on the British art scene, and has called attention to Glasgow, where he is based, as one of the new breeding grounds of the cutting edge. His recent installation at the Centre Pompidou confirmed the multidimensionality of his work, which typically creates psychological spaces that induce perceptual confusion.

    Appropriately entitled “Fuzzy Logic,” this show was intentionally chaotic. Defying institutional

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