Gillian Wearing. Drunk. 1997–1999. Three-channel video (black and white, sound), 28:35 min. Dimensions variable; approximately 13′ × 37′ × 22' (396.2 × 1127.8 × 670.6 cm). Gift of Nina and Gordon Bunshaft, The Ken and Judith Joy Family Foundation, Barbara Foshay, and Margot P. Ernst. © 2016 Gillian Wearing

In conjunction with New Works/New Acquisitions, Gillian Wearing’s Drunk (1997–99), a three-channel video and sound installation, is presented in The Yoshiko and Akio Morita Gallery. This major work appears to situate subjects and viewer in a shared space, questioning notions of power balance and objectification.

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