There’s always more to art than meets the eye. HoMA Selects is a way to share stories, fun facts, and behind-the-scenes insight about HoMA’s permanent collection, with museum curators and staff highlighting a different work every two weeks.
HoMA Selects is designed to offer new perspectives on HoMA works—some that may be familiar, and others that may be entirely new to you. Follow along with us as we explore and celebrate the museum’s collection of world-class art, right here in Honolulu.
Jennifer Steinkamp "Judy Crook 9"
The current HoMA Select is pioneering digital media artist Jennifer Steinkamp’s Judy Crook 9, 2017, a large-scale animated projection of a tree with hauntingly beautiful messages of resilience and regeneration.
Find this immersive work on view in the New Acquisitions Gallery (Gallery 14), and look for the “HoMA Select” sign for a deep dive into Judy Crook 9 with Catherine Whitney, Director of Curatorial Affairs.
Stay tuned for 20 more fascinating stories to follow in the months to come!
Jennifer Steinkamp, b. 1958
Judy Crook 9, 2017
Single-channel digital video projection installation, dimensions variable
Gift of Sharon Twigg-Smith in honor of Jay Jensen, 2020 (2020-01-02)
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Explore our galleries in search of more HoMA Selects!
Each sticker on our map indicates where you can locate another HoMA Select.
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