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Exhibition Opening & Publication Launch 6-8pm Thursday 5 December

25 East Gallery: Parsons The New School for Design, Fine Arts Department, 25 East 13th Street 5th floor, New York

Exhibition on display Friday 6 December 2013 - Friday 31 January 2014

I’m Here Now

I’m Here Now

Jul 23, 2013

In I’m Here Now, the artist transferred a video she took with her phone onto 8mm film. The video captures the moment the artist encounters the everyday on her way out home; a train passing by with the sun rising. This mundane, banal scene is celebrated as being made into a film roll; a physical […]

Re:Cinema at SCA Galleries May 28 – June 14
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Re:Cinema at SCA Galleries May 28 – June 14

Jun 2, 2013

You are invited to attend the opening of Re:Cinema an exhibition curated by Ryszard Dabek, on Thursday 6 June, 6 to 8pm. Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/582074181822992/ Adam Abel / Aziz+Cucher / Jade Boyd / Daniel Carroll / Ella Condon / David Connolly / Daniel Cherrin / Magali Duzant / Elizabeth Eastland / Clare Ferra / Angela Garrick […]

raise  |  retreat  |  rise

raise | retreat | rise

Jun 2, 2013

Adam Sébire raise | retreat | rise (2013) Three HD videos, each 8hrs05mins at 24fps. HD monitor. Wooden housing 100 x 100 x 9cm with three circular apertures. Adam Sébire’s video triptych deals with the sensory imperceptibility of climate change in our day-to-day existence, postulating it as one explanation for our collective inaction in the […]

Stirring

Stirring

Jun 2, 2013

‘Magnetic stirring’ is the term given to a laboratory process used in researching the creation of intelligent polymer fibres at the Australian Institute for Intelligent Materials of the University of Wollongong. Elizabeth Eastland is currently Artist-in-Residence where this work is filmed. Her subject is a research student on the brink of a breakthrough in intelligent […]

Engineering Hope

Engineering Hope

Jun 2, 2013

While trying to understand contemporary society through the built environment, I became interested in the physical shadow of what Rosalind Krauss calls ‘the Grid’ (that ‘turns its back on nature’). The project ‘Engineering Hope’ is an exploration of expressions given to imaginations with an abstract point of reference: the model. In this project, I investigate […]

Be Careful What You Wish For?

Be Careful What You Wish For?

Jun 2, 2013

The shifting economic and geopolitical landscape from a dominant Western perspective to the East has resulted in China rising as an economic and political powerhouse. The countries continued rise in GDP, globally positions itself as the world’s second largest economy behind the United States and is forecasted to overtake the US as the world’s dominant […]

Correction, Please

Correction, Please

Jun 1, 2013

Due to continuous tropes throughout the discourse of cinema, many titles present the viewer with an idea of what a film could be about. I have created titles and ideas for films and then manifested them into awards and movie memorabilia as justification of the works. Verbal information, titles in particular, that are assigned to […]

Debasement Triptych

Debasement Triptych

Apr 19, 2013

In 2012 Robert Hickerson collaborated with his parents on a series of performances and installations which reevaluated their relationship as a family. Hickerson’s parents had been divorced for several years prior and had not spoken to one another. Starting with These are My Parents, they came together to produce work which materialized how they each […]

Optical Fields

Optical Fields

Apr 19, 2013

That which is logical and phenomenological derives one out of another in continuous flux. As the subject of an image shifts, the viewer is transferred to an altered mode of visuality and thinking. With a background in both painting and photography, my studio practice consists of a series of projects that investigate the dichotomy between […]

Monuments

Monuments

Apr 19, 2013

For this work I used Google Images search engine to collect images of monuments that are located in Israel. Israel’s landscape is covered with many different kinds of monuments. These monuments with either national or international significance all have a political and social stance. The main reason for their existence is to mold and create […]