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Emilie Halpern

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Emilie Halpern at Pepin Moore September 22nd, 2013 - December 21st, 2013
Posted 9/28/13

A single splash in an ocean of invisible waves, the spectrum of visible light hints just enough radiance to tease the rest. Outside our paltry paintbox of chroma hide rays gamma and long, thermal and micro, radar and TV, radio both AM and FM depending on the shimmy of the music or the monotone of the talk. All this invisible radiance penetrates buildings and molecules, tables and oil tankers, you and me, vibrating the air with ghostly resonance. Infrared just above and ultraviolet just below,... [more]

Interview with Emilie Halpern  

Los Angeles - Emilie Halpern deals with monumental ideas but she does so in a quiet, subdued way. The work in her new exhibition focuses on little gestures, like covering the moon with a thumb or hearing the heartbeat of a blue whale, but, together, these gestures begin to build a picture of the whole, birth-to-death process of living. I met Emilie at Anna Helwing Gallery and she gave me a dynamic tour of her show Abracadabra, explaining the fluent threads that tie her work together. In the following... [more]

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Semâ Bekirovic, Laura Forman, Emilie Halpern, Jason Starr, Dhavid Streicher, and Sutthirat Supaparinya, Kaari Upson, Louisa Van Leer at High Energy Constructs July 18th, 2007 - September 1st, 2007
Posted 8/13/07

“Internal Mechanisms,” a compact and challenging new group show at High Energy Constructs, presents to the viewer a series of compelling curios. In Dhavid Streicher’s Dante’s Dinner (2007), a lone shower head positioned high on the gallery wall sprouts a stream of yellow yarn; in Emilie Halpern’s 1500 Light Years (2006), a naïve looking kaleidoscope perched on a tiny shelf points at a found image of some celestial landscape; and in Laura Forman’s Thicket (2007), a dense and monumental tangle of tree... [more]

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