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Video: Kate Hamilton's "It's a Big World in There" 

click to enlarge "It's a Big World in There," Kate Hamilton, July 2014, CHRCH Project Space, Rosendale. - DAVID APPELBAUM
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  • "It's a Big World in There," Kate Hamilton, July 2014, CHRCH Project Space, Rosendale.

The latest of New Paltz-based artist Kate Hamilton's oversized garment sculptures was installed in July at the CHRCH Project Space in Rosendale, while she was in residence at the Women's Studio Workshop. For "It's a Big World in There," Hamilton experimented with rigging to make the giant clothes move—imagine billowing white shirts belonging to an Eileen Fisher-clad giant. Artist Tona Wilson (video) and Jonathan Elliott (sound) collaborated with Hamilton on the interactive, site-specific installation.

Film by Stephen Blauweiss. Produced by ArtistFilmDocs.

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