through June 28, 2014
Saturday, May 31 7 – 11PM
Saturdays 2 – 7 PM
Viewings are also available by appointment.
TRANSFER is pleased to present Discrete Systems, the first solo exhibition from Giselle Zatonyl. Discrete Systems is a new body of work, conceived as an immersive multimedia installation for the gallery. Zatonyl models in 3D space, shaping forms whose motion is directed by a series of modified parametric functions. Characteristic traits emerge as these forms evolve. Organic and soothing qualities appear, which in turn shape their environment — a system in which to assimilate.
Zatonyl describes Discrete Systems as “a framework that can be used as an analogy for many situations, but was specifically generated by feelings of entrapment that emerge from consumption and production anxiety... [including] social media, in which indefinite narratives become distilled into simple, digestible content (like hashtags) that exist in a nebulous space framed by a rigid structure of information.”
Giselle Zatonyl (b. 1986, Argentina) is a Brooklyn based multi-disciplinary artist and curator. Her work explores new technologies to create immersive digital environments with video and sculpture. Zatonyl moved to the United States in 1999, and received a BFA in Photography and Art History from New World School of Arts in Miami, FL. Since 2008 she has lived and worked in New York City – in 2014 she was awarded a residency at Culture Hub to continue exploration of her interests in systems, mechanisms, interaction and utilizing science and technology in Art.
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