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The Endless Bridge / documentation / 2010 / New York, DUMBO
“The Endless Bridge / documentation by Vadim Schäffler / 2010
Curated by: Leo Kuelbs and Adam Nankervis
Video Art by:
John E. Parker
St. and St.
“The Endless Bridge”
by Leo Kuelbs
Usually transition is considered a binder, connecting seemingly complete, separate parts, like a bridge in a song. But when the change, the bridge, is actually longer and more intense than the pieces it is seeks to connect, doesn’t the transition, with all its chaos and upheaval, become the actual rule as opposed to the exception? “The Endless Bridge” is a series of video-based installations exploring the notion of transition, not only as a means of connection, but as a place itself.
Work from a selected group of international-level video artists projected (or back-projected) on multiple sites in Dumbo, creates a consistent atmosphere of gentle, consistent transition. This idea reflects not only the increasing speed of technological momentum, but also the neighborhood itself as an example of transition and growth as a constant instead of an exception.”
Dumbo Arts Festival produced by Dalzell Productions
Photo: Courtesy of the MAS
(Photo credit: Jane Kratochvil)
Two Trees Management and Dalzell Productions announced that artistSean Capone is the Grand Prize winner of this year’s Dumbo Arts Festival for his work, Floral Wall: Skull & Void (photo above), a video installation at the Tobacco Warehouse. Mr. Capone received a donated studio in a building owned by Two Trees, free of rent, for one year, and was presented with a $1,000 dollar check, both courtesy of Two Trees Management Co.
(Photo credit: Josh Derr)
Additional winners were Seth Wulsin, who won $1,000 cash prize for his work, Animas (photo above) and artists Ann Gilman and Dana Levy, who each received $500, splitting a prize for their open studio work.
Congratulations to the winners!
(Post courtesy DumboNYC )