In 2016 the Tel Aviv Museum of Art worked with the artist as he developed the piece titled offgrid. This work is made up of twelve monitors that play a 38-minute-long video and music composition by Kutiman on a loop.
It is made up of minutely edited snippets of music played by soloists found on the Internet, downloaded by Kutiman. The composition extends spatially as well because monitors around the room periodically join in or go silent, so that there are thousands of possible combinations of video and sound sources.
The installation will be presented in the Stephen and Maribelle Yud gallery, the architectural gem of The CJM building; its eccentrically-angled walls pierced by 36 windows in a chapel-like environment is a beautiful setting for Kutiman’s state-of-the-art digital creations.