Monthly Archives: July 2011

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Friday, July 29th, 7 to 10pm

An exhibition of video art, animation and short film

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Video:

Arzu Ozkal (San Diego, CA)

Hans Gindlesberger (Milwaukee, WI)

Julie Perini (Portland, OR)

Karen Brummund (Ithaca, NY)

Michael J. Brutvan (Ithaca, NY)

Nanette Yannuzzi (Oberlin, OH)

Soyeon Jung (Shonewood, NY)

Nicholas Adrian Knouf (Ithaca, NY)

Sound:
Nicholas Adrian Knouf (Ithaca, NY)

Curated by Claudia Costa Pederson

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station923 presents A Visibility of Thought

From July 9th- 23rd by appointment only, station923 will host Werner Sun’s A Visibility of Thought, an installation of inkjet mobiles that turns the traditional experience of reading a book literally upside down.  A series of ‘poetry mobiles’ hang from the ceiling low enough that the viewer can read them like books, while a shower of words rains down from a cloud of text fragments.

Originally presented at the Arcades Project on May 6th, in keeping with Arcades Project’s theme of text and artist’s books, Sun built a series of mobiles inscribed with poems written especially for the occasion. These mobiles invert the concept of the artist’s book by turning sculpture into books, and Sun incorporated them into a reading room vignette, where the mobiles took the place of books on the coffee table and chairs.

Above: View of the installation; the work on view at Arcades Project; page from Arcades Project exhibition catalogue


first friday


Tonight is Gallery Night in Ithaca.  Click here for a complete list of what’s on view.  It should be a busy night Downtown.

Also, if you didn’t get a chance to catch Josh Sperling’s ‘Compliance’ show I wrote about for the Ithaca Times a few months back, a large percentage of it is now on display in the Kitchen Theatre’s atrium.  Here’s one of the images:

Have a great holiday weekend everyone!