Indian Time, 1996
       
     
 For a Swiss Institute exhibition featuring the work of Peter Rindisbacher, a 19th century Swiss-born North American artist whose subject was Native Americans, an installation in the form of a boutique-like display of “Chippewatches”, Swiss-style fashion watches imprinted with images appropriated from his work. In this exhibition, Rindisbacher’s works were juxtaposed with those of ten contemporary Native American artists invited to respond to his oeuvre.
       
     
Indian Time, 1996
       
     
Indian Time, 1996

Acrylic watches, birch log, vitrine with logo
48 × 24 × 42 inches

 For a Swiss Institute exhibition featuring the work of Peter Rindisbacher, a 19th century Swiss-born North American artist whose subject was Native Americans, an installation in the form of a boutique-like display of “Chippewatches”, Swiss-style fashion watches imprinted with images appropriated from his work. In this exhibition, Rindisbacher’s works were juxtaposed with those of ten contemporary Native American artists invited to respond to his oeuvre.
       
     

For a Swiss Institute exhibition featuring the work of Peter Rindisbacher, a 19th century Swiss-born North American artist whose subject was Native Americans, an installation in the form of a boutique-like display of “Chippewatches”, Swiss-style fashion watches imprinted with images appropriated from his work. In this exhibition, Rindisbacher’s works were juxtaposed with those of ten contemporary Native American artists invited to respond to his oeuvre.