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Pixelated: Sum of Its Pieces

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Exhibiting Artists

Aziz + Cucher, Omar Chacon, Christian Faur, Bradley Hart, Richard Klein, Daniel Rozin, Al Souza, and Devorah Sperber

Pixelated: Sum of its Pieces brings together emerging and mid-career artists whose work explores different means of perception.

For better or worse, our lives are increasingly played out on a screen. From checking directions to playing a game on the latest bestselling app, digital technologies are a part of our everyday lives. This exhibition brings together visual artists whose works explore the intersection between art and technology. Just as individual “pixels” are pieced together to create a larger image or message, these artists break down the very materials they work with into individual parts.

Visitors are encouraged to look carefully: what you see from far away may strongly differ from what you view up-close. Each artwork is intended to be examined from different distances and viewpoints..

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This exhibition is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Also on view

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    In the Pepperman Family Fine Arts Studio & CMA Front Window THE PRINT PROCESS REVEALED: EMILE CLARK AND GREGORY BURNET

    The CMA front window features Emilie Clark’s Untitled print. The print is one of an edition of 35 commissioned by CMA using drypoint with spit bite aquatint etching.

    An accompanying exhibition demystifying the the printmaking process is presented in the The Pepperman Family Fine Arts Studio. Clark and master printer, Gregory Burnet, collaborated to create bring Clark’s vision to fruition. This exhibition includes copper plates, test images, and charts that demonstrate each step taken to create the final print.

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    In the Bridge Space DITTY BOP STROLL

    A site-specific installation entitled Ditty Bop Stroll by ArtPod in collaboration with Dustin Schenk is featured in the interactive Bridge space. ArtPod and Schenk created color field paintings on the two walls and the ceiling with added reflective elements to create overlapping perspectives and optical illusions. Moving through the bridge one becomes a part of the painting creating a play of personal and physical perspective.

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