Yi Zhou "NEW SHORELINES"

Eelco Brand "FW-MOVIE"

Kim Joon “CRADLE SONG_BLUE FISH”

Tomas Eller “BARYOGEN”

Noah Klersfeld “PERCUSSIVE LIGHTS WITH BATHROOM FLOOR #12"

 Christine Schulz “DELPHIC RAFT”

Christine Schulz “DELPHIC RAFT”

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Light Year PROGRAM 9:
SILENCE!

Thursday, January 7th 2016
6-9 pm
The Triangle at Pearl and Anchorage Place

Artists Include:
Noah Klersfeld, Tomas Eller, Kim Joon, Yi Zhou, Eelco Brand, Christine Schulz

Curated by Leo Kuelbs


"Silence!” is a presentation of silent videos exploring the dynamics between the audio and visual experience. Works in this show will draw attention to these dynamics,
as well as the public art environment, the seasonal aspect of the presentation, and the Manhattan Bridge itself.  Also, a lifecycle narrative is revealed in the sequence of
work included in “Silence!”


Yi Zhou: “New Shorelines,” 2015
“New Shorelines” uses animations informed by nature and tells
a story of global warming and shifting shorelines. Yi Zhou is
China’s most renowned female video artists.


Eelco Brand: “FW_Movie_” 2014
A meditative loop featuring trees in shifting light. Eelco are
based in Cologne, Germany.


Kim Joon: “CRADLE SONG_Blue Fish,” 2009
This video recently appeared in Hudson, NY and Miami,
Florida. A meditation on tattoos and how they relate to
Korean culture. Kim Joon is one
of the greatest living artists in South Korea.


Tomas Eller: “Baryogen,” 2015
A six-ton block of marble is blown up in slow motion. All of
this is being recorded by one of the best cameras in the
world.  Tomas Eller is one of Austria’s most interesting
artists to deal with science and physics in a
large-scale.


Noah Klersfeld: “Percussive Lights with
Bathroom Floor #12,” 2014
A meditative look at the ordinary. Klersfeld’s work has appeared
all over NYC, including Dumbo Art Fest in 2012.


Christine Schulz: “Delphic Raft,” 2014
While several men and a woman engage in a mysterious activity
in front of the backdrop of the Bay of Thessaloniki, Schulz
overlays two settings. Christine Schulz is a
German artist whose work is collected throughout Europe, and
her work has appeared all over the world, including Dumbo Art
Festival in 2011 and 2012.


For more information:
lkuelbscollection@gmail.com