In the fall of 2016, visitors will experience completely new works by Oursler shown alongside pieces from Oursler's early career and works from the Magasin III collection. Many of the works in the collection were acquired in 2002 when the museum presented the exhibition Station that included a large group of works the artist created especially for that occasion.
For some time, Oursler has focused on the ever-increasing spread of data tracking and surveillance programs, with a particular interest in facial recognition software. He creates a sort of digital portrait in which we can see ourselves through the lens of machines we have recently created.
The exhibition will run for two seasons and will also include a new production of Tony Oursler's acclaimed outdoor work The Influence Machine.