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ACCELERATOR: URI NIR

NEW EXHIBITION
ACCELERATOR: URI NIR

Uri Nir (b. 1976) studied art in Bezalel (BFA) and UCLA (MFA). Held a solo  exhibition at the Herzliya Museum (2004) and exhibited in group exhibitions at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Israel Museum, Martin-Gropius-Bau, and others.
The exhibition is a machine, a kinetic composition of bodies in space and timed movements. The viewer is invited to stroll within a map of powers that distribute materials in space and time, inhabit the museum building and pierce it. Like a musical piece, the exhibition seeks to be perceived in its abstract reality and offers an option to move from the familiar, overused reciprocal relations between viewer and artwork, onto introspective relations of space and time with themselves. The exhibition includes doors that produce flickering storms; a video film taken between the doors, with only traces of its occurrences left in the space; public phone booths emitting sounds from another video film: a collaboration between junkies and huge spinning eggs.

OPENING DATE:

Friday 15 April 2011

CLOSING DATE:

Saturday 16 July 2011

LOCATION:

HELENA RUBINSTEIN PAVILION FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

CURATOR:

Nili Goren | Catalogue

CREDITS:

Courtesy of Braverman Galley

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