mourning september, 2014

Piece shown at show "Videorover #8" at Nurture Art Non Profit./ Obra exhibida en la muestra "Videorover #8" at Nurture Art Non Profit.

Show curated by Rachel Steinberg

 

2014, TV, projection on drawing and tape 9 x 10 x 8.1 feet

The videos show 3 scenes happening in a room. ( projection and one of the videos shown above, the third one was just a still of a piece of tape stuck to a wall ) 

The different beats compose the totality of a space playing to each other in a visual rhythm. There is no sound

 

Nurture Art: Videorover #8 - Press Release
Opening on June 27, the third installation involves artists Dave Greber, Derek G. Larson, and Sofia Quirno. Relating again to the idea of reconfiguration, this time through humor, these works transform the gallery into an almost unrelatable space. Deeply rooted in the uncanny, these works borrow from the sensibilities of painterly abstraction to create a space of overwhelming stimulus. Confronting us with a cocktail of comic absurdity and mundane but somehow chaotic repetition, we are presented with the more vibrant potential of video.
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NURTUREart's Videorover: Season 8 is curated by Rachel Steinberg and features works by artists Dave Greber, Victoria Keddie, Derek G. Larson, Brendan Lee, Beatriz Meseguer, Sofia Quirno, Alona Rodeh, Adam Douglas Thompson and Raul Valverde. Videorover, NURTUREart’s dedicated video program, aims at becoming an ever-expanding forum for emerging and underrepresented artists working in video.

This season’s video works explore the idea of video as installation, highlighting the immersive potential that time based media hold. Through audio and visual tools and using the body as a reference point, this exhibition aims to interrupt our exteroceptive senses. For three weeks in June, Videorover: Season 8 will take over NURTUREart’s main gallery space; opening in shifts for a series of three consecutive installations. Each installation will feature three of the selected artists, to allow for the works to expand in the space, while still in dialogue with the larger group of works.