Alexander Reyna: False Flag
Big Brother is here and he is definitely watching you. Solo exhibition False Flags- the Berlin debut of American multi media artist Alexander Reyna guest curated by Lynn del Sol opens at Brot... More > Undspiele June 5th. This exhibition examines the long tradition of art and protest through interactive video, print, and installation work.
All of Alexander Reyna's work starts with a search and retrieval phase. His work deals explicitly with our relationship with mass media and corporatized imagery. If you ask him the artist will tell you he is "working in collaboration with corporations" however, they were never told. Reyna is always subverting those authors original intentions and repurposing their "message" to better serve his ends.< Less
Ron Rocco : Shake Up!
A 400 pound house composed entirely of waste is enshrine by artist Ron Rocco in upcoming solo show curated by Lynn del Sol entitled Shake Up! He examines concepts of home, community and civilization.... More > This is juxtaposed with the impending violence of the storm, projected from the video and the invasion of tracks from trucks, automobiles, and motorcycles encircling the room. In this way the work hints at the encroachment upon, and destruction of our natural environment on a global scale.< Less
Victoria Campillo: Intimacy
Victoria Campillo is a kind of mad scientist; best described as an amalgam of photographic artist, art historian,and satirist all working in chorus to create her numerous series of photographs.... More > Working at a frenetic pace, she produces hundreds of photos while presenting dizzying arrangements that concurrently tackle
themes ranging from associating specific imagery with individual artists to the often-overlooked dominance of the male artist in modern and contemporary art.< Less
Amy Greenfield : Untitled Nude
Amy Greenfield, a filmmaker whose name in the circles of art and film is synonymous with pioneer, re-envisions three of her breakthrough films of the past and pushes them to new terrain of the... More > present.
Greenfield, a Rockefeller Foundation fellowship artist and award winning film-maker of over three decades, is known for having pushed erotic inflection on the theory of cine-dance and carving out post-formalism by revolutionizing human energy through the female nude. Her films go beyond examination and analysis, they travel deep to the cosmic core of the body where her visual literacy spills out in raw direction and motivates us to consider and watch ourselves through the reflection of her films' participants. The fabric of her films functions on her belief that the human body and it's physicality is the best metaphor for understanding the layers of the female.< Less