Posts tagged ‘Jim Hodges’
December 2, 2010  |  MoMA Stores
Baby It’s Cold Outside

Jim Hodges. Untitled (Double-Sided Blanket). 1998

For this piece, New York City–based artist Jim Hodges wanted to create an imaginary landscape in the form of a blanket meant to resemble a body of water. The blanket “reflects” a poem-fragment written by Hodges, which reads, “If there had been a pool it would have reflected us.” The blanket measures 52 x 72 inches, the exact dimensions of the artist’s own bed, and comes in a half-silvered sleeve.