A 118-foot-long wall seems to weep as droplets of water ooze from thousands of tiny holes...750,000 pennies form a vast copper mosaic.... Creating ... Show synopsis A 118-foot-long wall seems to weep as droplets of water ooze from thousands of tiny holes...750,000 pennies form a vast copper mosaic.... Creating massive sensory environments that combine sound, text, video, photographs, books, and huge quantities of material substances, Ann Hamilton makes theatrical installations that have been praised as "evocative...powerfully disturbing...always compelling"(Vogue). Now this internationally acclaimed artist -- winner of a MacArthur Fellowship and chosen to represent the U.S. at the 1999 Venice Biennale -- at last receives the comprehensive study that her work merits. Author Joan Simon has had unprecedented access to Hamilton's archives, and she has drawn heavily on the artist's own words and photographs to prepare this incisive portrait, the only complete documentation of Hamilton's art to date.