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Sirens, Site Specific Installation

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Sirens , 2015 Mixed Media Installation 10'x10'x8' © Etty Yaniv
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Sirens, 2015 Mixed Media Installation 10'x10'x8' © Etty Yaniv
Sirens, Site Specific Installation

1 University Plaza
Brooklyn , NY 11201
April 18th, 2016 - May 29th, 2016
Opening: April 29th, 2016 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
brooklyn
EMAIL:  
nancy.grove@liu.edu
PHONE:  
(718) 488-1198
OPEN HOURS:  
9-6 Monday-Friday, 10-5 Saturday/Sunday
TAGS:  
sculpture, mixed-media, installation

DESCRIPTION

Etty Yaniv’s site specific installation “Sirens” is featured in a solo show at the Long Island University Humanities Gallery, on view at 1 University Plaza in Brooklyn till May 27th, 2016. Drawing upon patterns from nature such as ocean currents and turbid water, Yaniv’s site responsive installation transforms the LIU unique oval space into a diorama of abstracted and intricate seascape made of discarded materials. Taken from her studio practice and from every-day life, the materials include found objects like torn plastic bags, scraps of her drawings and fragments of photos depicting cities she has lived. Through a process of building and excavating, these disjointed scavenged materials coalesce into colossal yet delicate immersive installation which places the viewer somewhere between the real and the imagined, the organic and the artificial.

About Artist Etty Yaniv

Etty Yaniv, a Brooklyn based artist, has exhibited in solo and group shows nationally and internationally, including Haifa museum of art, Israel, Torrance museum of art, LA, Newark museum of art, NJ, Monmouth museum of art, NJ, Musée Héritage Museum, Art Gallery of St. Albert, Canada, Life on Mars, Brooklyn, Ten Eyck, Brooklyn, Schema Projects, Brooklyn, Helen Day Center, VT, Purdue University gallery, IN, University of Connecticut, Sheen Center, NYC, Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei, Germany. Her work has appeared in publications such as The New York Times and reviewed in publications such as Hyperallergic, Stamford Advocate, Art New England and Public Radio.

 

 

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