Andro & Glicksman's "The Crossing" at Tabla Rasa Gallery




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Published on Jul 11, 2008

4 channel video projection, mirror, sound, cord, and scent
size-variable 2008

Installation at Tabla Rasa Gallery for "BRiDGE as iCON"
May 22 - July 26, 2008

Ginger Andro and Chuck Glicksman have been working as a collaborative team for over seven years making sculptural installations that bring the viewer into a world created with video projection, reflection, sculptural form, paint and scent. Incorporated into their new installation entitled "The Crossing", is an early cinema work by Thomas Edison, circa 1899, "New Brooklyn to New York via Brooklyn Bridge, no. 2" which is projected and reflected. Additional elements such as cord "struts" and mirrors, multiply and abstract the crossing footage and painted Gothic aches, engulfing the viewer in a new experience, while remaining true to the character of the architectural elements of the bridge.

Β© 2008 Ginger Andro & Chuck Glicksman


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