PRLog - May 5, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Yellow Peril Gallery is pleased to present "Ubiquity" at cutlog NY 2014 during Frieze Week, featuring works from artists who possess a strong understanding of the new realities that came into fruition through society’s relationship with technology, especially how its cogs can alter our concept of play, work and life with each movement.
JESSICA DEANE ROSNER, "The Ulysses Glove Project" (2010-2012)
“Art and technology are omipresent in every corner of the pixelated mind,” notes Vanphouthon Souvannasane, Director, Yellow Peril Gallery. “In the dark, these two can activate light, stimulate movement, create visual cues and generate sounds that nature alone cannot replicate without human intervention.”
Featured artists at “Ubiquity”
Backes, Campbell, Paiewonsky, and Rosner will each present innovative and challenging large scale works as part of cutlog NY’s curated Featured Installations. Vázquez Rodríguez and Rivera Toro will debut a durational performance piece titled “The Divisions of Labor”, which will link cutlog NY with Puerto Rico using realtime technology. Yellow Peril’s booth will include recent works by Campbell, Myoda, Sinclair, Wester and White.
“Whether the works on display are motion sensor activated or programmed via a smartphone, each one is an invitation for the viewer to get a little closer to the light – and become engaged in a world of “Ubiquity”
cutlog NY 2014 opens to the public on Thursday, May 8; Press Preview, Private Tours and Vernissage will be on Wednesday, May 7. Yellow Peril Gallery will host “Ubiquity”
About cutlog NY
cutlog NY focuses on showing cutting-edge and established galleries that promote the work of contemporary artists. The fair aims to foster new relationships between galleries, collectors and art institutions, forming a collaborative platform for building new perspectives on contemporary art. cutlog NY aims to be a creative laboratory, showcasing works by artists from all over the world and offering them the opportunity to gain global visibility. cutlog NY takes place at The Clemente, a magnificent Dutch Neo-Gothic building and the Lower East Side’s premier cultural venue. Each of the 50 exhibitors will present an original project featuring one or more works by artists selected by a jury of professionals. A selection of sculptures and installations will be displayed in the Clemente building and courtyard. A film festival and a series of performances will be presented as an extension of the projects presented within the booths. For more info about cutlog NY, visit www.cutlogny.org.