It's a moment easy to miss, as the Builders Association's unnerving new production accumulates layers of sound, video, and computer animation. A boy on-screen, filmed as if by a surveillance system as he wanders an airport, suddenly turns and makes a few fleeting, idiotic faces at the camera. At first, his home-movie mugging seems just a non sequitur, a refreshing mockery of all the technology surrounding him—and us. But it also comes to epitomize the artists' own ambivalence toward their machines. As conceived by the celebrated architects Diller + Scofidio, and directed... More >>>