Relegated to the boneyards of history, Christian Marclay’s phoneyard at Paula Cooper Gallery is an all too obvious reference to the casualty of personal communication in the age of twitter feeds. Far more interesting and redolent of the artist’s preoccupation with process and time is Marclay’s seven-and-a-half-minute video collage “Telephones” from 1995 in the adjoining gallery. Composed of clips of 130 Hollywood movies of people on the phone, Marclay manages to splice together a storyline that combines screen greats such as Gary Grant, Humphrey Bogart, Meg Ryan, and Whoopie Goldberg – all part of a conversation that bounces back and forth in time and cleverly uses emotion, image and sound to produce a John Cage-like visual poem. At Paula Cooper Gallery through October 7.