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In conjunction with \;Nitin Mukul's \;exhibition \;those that blossom\, and the blossomless\,Aicon Gallery&nb sp\;is pleased to present a screening of two of Mukul's videos: \;C rater(2013) and \;Falls of Byzantium \;(2014). The sc reening will be accompanied by a live score from composer and musician  \;Gregory Reynolds. Crater has been presented previously a t The Queens Museum of Art and at UMASS at Amherst\, while Falls of Byzanti um will have its premiere at Aicon Gallery. \;

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The two video works derive from paintings in a frozen state \, which are then allowed to melt and disintegrate while being filmed. Ice is used here as the primary support\, along with mixed media elements inclu ding ink\, acrylic paint\, tea\, charcoal\, metallic powder\, and more. As they melt\, the works echo tectonic shifts\, weather patterns and satellite views. The works are presented in real time without any effects or time la pse. The glacial pace may induce trance like states and lucidity by fixatin g on a process that is at once cataclysmic and sublime.The process of the d isintegration is recorded in video. While there is a degree of pre-meditati on in making the piece\, the disintegration and its visual register over an unfixed passage of time is subject to forces beyond the artist's control. The work is informed by an awareness of the Hindu Shaivite concept of creat ion and destruction being intertwined. The glacial pace and meditative qual ities of these pieces is mirrored by drone like scores madespecifically for each piece by composers Gregory Reynolds and Leyna Marika Papach\, whose o wn aesthetics are attuned to this format.
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Nitin Mukul \;is a visual artist living and wor king in NYC. He has shown with Nature Morte Gallery in Delhi\, The Guild (M umbai/New York)\, and Aicon Gallery (New York/London). His work was include d in The India Art Fair in 2011\, 2014\, Art Asia Miami 2009\, Hong Kong Ar t Fair 2009\, Scope Art Basel 2009 and is held in private collections. He h as curated exhibitions at P.S. 122 and Aicon Gallery in NYC and Arts*I Gall ery in Delhi.

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Gregory Reynold s \;will perform his score for \;Falls of Byzantium \;live at this special event. Reynolds is a musician and sound artis t who lives in Queens\, NY. \; He is a multi-instrumentalist\, improvis or and composer who finds himself drawn to non-idiomatic and liminal soundw orlds as much as the amazing and diverse musical traditions and cultures fo und in the United States and around the globe.

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Leyna Marika P apach \;(Crater) is a compos er\, artist/director\, and violinist from Japan and the United States. Her work ranges from chamber music to musical theater pieces where text\, dance \, music and video work together to tell a story. Her work has been perform ed in western and eastern Europe as well as in Japan and the US. As a violi nist and improviser\, she performs her own work as well as interpretive wor k with bands and composers (Geraldine Fibbers\, JG Thirwell/Monerexia+many others) and occasionally performing as an accompanist of Ragas (North India n traditional music) as well. Leyna studied violin at the Prague Academy of Music\, sound at the Bard College MFA program\, and has a Masters in Theat er from Dasarts\, Amsterdam.

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Climate change is a co mplex phenomenon and climate science can be intimidating to the layperson. What kinds of photographs advance the arguments of climate change activists and scientists? How do photographers illustrate the root causes of climate change as well as its impact on the environment? Panelists include photogr aphers Balazs Gardi\, Ed Kashi (VII)\, and Camille Seaman\; and Gavin Schmi dt\, climate scientist and co-author of \;Climate Change: Picturing the Science. Moderator: Francesco Fiondella\, Director of Communicati ons\, International Research Institute for Climate and Society.

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Dia&rsquo\;s monthly Readings in Contemporary Poetry series\, curated by poet and author Vincent Katz\, h ighlights commonalities between poets and puts their diverse voices in conv ersation with one another. Readings take place at Dia:Chelsea\, 535 West 22 nd Street\, 5th Floor\, in New York City.

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Paul Auster

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Paul Auster&rsquo\;s recent publications include the autobiographical works Report from the Interior (2013) and Winter Journal (2012)\, and the novel Sunset Park (2 010). His books have been translated into more than forty languages.
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Facing the Music\n\n

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Siri Hustvedt

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An Excerpt from Nine Boxes for Joseph Cornell

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9. They whisper\,
Like those who see the dead in the same room:
Outlining the un iverse in a coffin.
It is strange to think that infinity has six side s.
Heaven is this cage of the cosmos\,
Reduced to the minute an d the placid\,
Our reticulum visible in January\,
Ten tiny ligh ts on an oak lid\,
Shining like glass where the world sleeps
In a cat's eye.
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