The Grand Rapids Art Museum presents T. J. Wilcox: In the Air, which will be on view from May 17 through August 30, 2015. Artist T. J. Wilcox’s In the Air is a dazzling panoramic film installation, presenting viewers with a captivating, multidirectional, bird’s-eye view of the New York City skyline. Using the latest in digital video technology to capture footage atop his penthouse studio—18 floors above Union Square in Manhattan—Wilcox’s work is a 360-degree, cinematic record of a day in the city, compressed into a 30 minute film. The New York Times has given rave reviews for In the Air, saying that, ‘the majesty and clarity of this wraparound vista is stunning. The city looks older, almost timeless, without the details of street traffic and storefronts.’ Traveling to GRAM from the Whitney Museum of American Art, this multi-media exhibition will serve as a remarkable celebration

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