Experience the emotional power of two works created by Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson.

The Visitors is an immersive video installation that features nine screens, each of which shows an individual musician singing the same lyric in a different room of the nearly 200-year-old Rokeby Farm House in Hudson Valley, New York. Taken from the poem “Feminine Ways,” written by Kjartansson’s former wife, this work is marked by autobiography and duration, as are the 415 postcards that line the walls of the preceding gallery.

In these cards, sent over the course of 14 months in the artist’s life, Kjartansson shares remarkable and everyday events through watercolor, drawing, and text.