Top 10 Installation Art Pieces of 2004

Rachel Koper lists her favorite group exhibitions of 2004

<i>Battle of Hickory Ridge</i>, by Peat Duggins 
(Fresh Up Club)
Battle of Hickory Ridge, by Peat Duggins (Fresh Up Club)

1) Peat Duggins (Fresh Up Club)

2) "Heydays," monitored by Mark Silva and Hana Hillerova (Creative Research Laboratory)

3) Jason Singleton, "Mothership Connection" (Creative Research Laboratory)

4) Andy Coolquitt (Fresh Up Club)

5) Meggie Chou's suicide projects (UT/Gallery Lombardi)

6) Barna Kantor's optics ("Construction Site")

7) Young-Min Kang ("Construction Site")

8) Reed Posey and Dave Bryant, "Ode or Odd Yall" (Gallery Lombardi)

9) "5x7" (Arthouse)

10) "Hot for Teacher" (Camp Fig)

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