LaTurbo Avedon: New Sculpt, at Transfer Gallery

Saturday, 20 July 2013


TRANSFER Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition from LaTurbo Avedon from July 20th through August 10th

::: Opening Reception ::: SATURDAY July 20th ::: 7-11PM :::

LaTurbo Avedon's exhibition at TRANSFER gallery is the artist's first solo show, and also her first foray into exhibiting in offline space. The exhibition features Avedon's 'New Sculpt' series – a body of work that has been growing online for months – which consists of dramatically detailed polygonal 3D sculpture. 

For this show, the artist-render has rendered new large format prints and video of her sculptural work, which will be accompanied by virtual performance the night of the opening.

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An essay from Daniel Rourke will be released in tandem with the exhibition.

Excerpt ::: 

"In the past three decades the term ‘cyberspace’ has come to define a social, rather than a geometric common environment. The term still conjures up images of posthuman projections and vast parallax branes, their cross-hatched surfaces woven at right angles by virtual motorcycles. We hear ‘cyberspace’ and we think of terminals, of cables and an ocean of information, yet the most important means by which cyberspace is produced – namely human social and economic relations – barely registers a flicker. The objects of New Sculpt play between these contradictions."

::: Full text will be available in the gallery and released online after the opening of the exhibition.

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About the Artist :::
http:// /blog/ qa-with-laturbo-avedon

::: Opening July 20th 7PM-11PM :::
An opening reception will be held on July 20th from 7-11PM at the gallery. Performance from the Artist begins at 9PM

TRANSFER is an exhibition space that explores the friction between digital practice and its physical instantiation. Transfer supports artists working with digital practice to realize aggressive installation and promote collection of their work.

Transfer Gallery ::: 1030 Metropolitan Ave Brooklyn 11211