Review: Ambitious, multimedia “Pause” keeps eye and mind moving, at …

Installation view of Pause with work by Jeroen Eisinga, Eastman Johnson, Julius LeBlanc Stewart, and an unknown artist. Image courtesy of the Zuckerman Museum of Art. (Photo by Mike Jensen)

Pause: installation view with work by Jeroen Eisinga, Eastman Johnson, Julius LeBlanc Stewart and an unknown artist. (Courtesy the Zuckerman Museum of Art; photo by Mike Jensen)

Stillness, philosophically speaking, is an irrational concept.

We can come very close to stillness, but we can’t reach that absolute-zero point. Some part of us is constantly in motion, whether on a molecular or physiological level. If we hold our breath and stay as immobile as we can, our heart still beats and blood still flows through our body. Even at the moment of death, arguably the most still a body can get, bacteria break down the cells in a kinetic transformation.

Stillness, then, is a

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