Project details:  Artist Mathilde Roussel's growing grass sculptures have been exhibited globally, most recently at the  Invisible Dog Gallery in Brooklyn, New York  back in September 2010. Since then, the young French artist has created a new set under the  Lifes of Grass  name, at the Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee. Her work shows the slow transformation of the suspended sculptures, playing on the idea of subtle movement.   Curator:  Ella Marder

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Artist Mathilde Roussel's growing grass sculptures have been exhibited globally, most recently at the Invisible Dog Gallery in Brooklyn, New York back in September 2010. Since then, the young French artist has created a new set under the Lifes of Grass name, at the Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee. Her work shows the slow transformation of the suspended sculptures, playing on the idea of subtle movement.

Curator:
Ella Marder

  Project details:  Tasked to develop a unique piece called BOX. The piece was originally supposed to function as a Technology Demo, but the team quickly realized it's visual potential and transformed it into a Design and Performance Piece. The resulting short film is a one-of-a-kind visual and technological achievement due to the very special combination of talent and gear behind the doors of the B&D facility, and was received throughout the world with unexpected accolades and exposure.   Curator:  Bill Galusha   

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Tasked to develop a unique piece called BOX. The piece was originally supposed to function as a Technology Demo, but the team quickly realized it's visual potential and transformed it into a Design and Performance Piece. The resulting short film is a one-of-a-kind visual and technological achievement due to the very special combination of talent and gear behind the doors of the B&D facility, and was received throughout the world with unexpected accolades and exposure.

Curator:
Bill Galusha

 

  Project details:  Bosco Sodi’s The Last Day, a site-specific 57 ft. long polyptych. Created with silver pigments and organic materials, the work questions the fast deterioration of our planet and the impermanence of life – one of the essential Buddhist doctrines: all of conditioned existence, without exception, is transient, in a constant state of flux.   Curator:  Ella Marder

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Bosco Sodi’s The Last Day, a site-specific 57 ft. long polyptych. Created with silver pigments and organic materials, the work questions the fast deterioration of our planet and the impermanence of life – one of the essential Buddhist doctrines: all of conditioned existence, without exception, is transient, in a constant state of flux.

Curator:
Ella Marder

  Project details:   French artist Stéphane Thidet creates highly imaginative, fictional settings that draw on the particularities of a place. For his exhibition at the Abbaye de Maubuisson, nestling in the countryside an hour north of Paris, he has reflected on the desanctified cistercian abbey's history as a convent called Notre-Dame la Royale, founded in 1236.   Curator:  Ella Marder   

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French artist Stéphane Thidet creates highly imaginative, fictional settings that draw on the particularities of a place. For his exhibition at the Abbaye de Maubuisson, nestling in the countryside an hour north of Paris, he has reflected on the desanctified cistercian abbey's history as a convent called Notre-Dame la Royale, founded in 1236.

Curator:
Ella Marder

 

  Project details:  Yorgo Alexopoulos is an American-born artist of Greek descent who combines a variety of media into immersive fine art installations and artworks. He is best known for his digitally animated works that fuse painting, drawing, photography, and cinematography into video installations and mixed-media sculptures. He often presents these works by combining and synchronizing multiple monitors or projections. Alexopoulos' artworks are concerned with the archetypal and often touch upon transcendental themes. Though he is frequently referred to as a digital artist, his practice is rooted in painting, the artist’s primary medium.   Curator:  Michelle Tillou

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Yorgo Alexopoulos is an American-born artist of Greek descent who combines a variety of media into immersive fine art installations and artworks. He is best known for his digitally animated works that fuse painting, drawing, photography, and cinematography into video installations and mixed-media sculptures. He often presents these works by combining and synchronizing multiple monitors or projections. Alexopoulos' artworks are concerned with the archetypal and often touch upon transcendental themes. Though he is frequently referred to as a digital artist, his practice is rooted in painting, the artist’s primary medium.

Curator:
Michelle Tillou