At the David Zwirner contemporary art gallery, the images are not still. But American video artist Diana Thater’s work makes the stand worth a visit. In an intriguing atmosphere, Thater makes the viewer question man’s place in nature, tracing the dynamics of the relationship between humans and animals.
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