In the world of film, a "jump-cut" refers to the technique of moving
abruptly from one image to another. "Jump Cut Pop," the exhibit opening
July 22 at the Haggerty Museum of Art, plays on this
terminology by presenting pop-culture images of the '60s and '70s
juxtaposed with artwork by Cliff Evans, Nobu Fukui, Jane Hammond,
Eduardo Paolozzi, Martha Rosler and Tadanori Yokoo...