through July 13, 2013
Saturday July 13, 7 PM – 11 PM
Saturdays 12 – 6 PM
Viewings are also available by appointment.
Friday June 14, 6 PM – 11 PM
The Axis of Something features a new body of Lorna Mills’ work that beguiles with surface and color. Her recent series of digital prints — glazed and neatly tiled into large-scale compositions — has grown to epic proportions for this show. For this exhibition, Lorna has paired her prints with a selection of GIFs, creating an animated experience of sublime beauty not to be missed.
Lorna Mills has actively exhibited her work internationally in both solo and group exhibitions since the early 1990’s. Her practice has included obsessive Ilfochrome printing, obsessive painting, obsessive super 8 film & video, and obsessive on-line animated GIFs incorporated into restrained off-line installation work.
She has also co-curated monthly group animated GIF projections with Rea McNamara for the Sheroes performance series in Toronto, a group GIF projection event When Analog Was Periodical in Berlin co-curated with Anthony Antonellis, and a touring four person GIF installation, :::Zip The Bright:::, that originated at Trinity Square Video in Toronto, with artists Sara Ludy, Nicolas Sassoon, and Rick Silva.
A publication accompanies the exhibition, with contributions from Sally McKay, an independent curator and art writer living in Toronto, and RM Vaughan, a Toronto-based writer and video artist currently living in Berlin.
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TRANSFER is an exhibition space that explores the friction between networked practice and its physical instantiation.
The gallery supports artists working with computer-based practices to realize aggressive installation projects within our walls.
Viewings are also available by appointment with firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional gallery hours may be held for specific shows. Refer to the exhibition pages for details.
TRANSFER is located in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn near the intersection of Metropolitan and Morgan.
1030 Metropolitan Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211 USA