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It’s not always easy to talk about video art on school tours. Logistics can pose a challenge. Julie Thomson, the associate curator of education at the Nasher Museum, has ideas about how to share works like “Video Quartet,” now on view  at the Nasher Museum,  with students. Read her post on the Art21 Blog.

IMAGE: Christian Marclay, “Video Quartet,” 2002. Four-channel DVD projection with sound, 14 minutes. Each screen is 8 x 10 feet; overall installation is 8 x 40 feet. Edition 1 of 5.

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