Curated by Pırıl Gündüz October 8-13, 2016 2-6PM
Opening reception: Saturday October 8, 2016, 6-8pm
Inspired by Rubik’s cube, The Hollows and Meural present Rubik’s Plane, a digital installation of Brazilian artist Talita Zaragoza’s drawings with ink and graphite on paper. Comprised of 9 Meural Canvases, the installation enables the viewer to scroll right and left among segments of three different drawings at once while magnifying the intricacies of Zaragoza’s topographical signature.
Talita Zaragoza, born in São Paulo in 1985, works mainly with drawings and photography. In 2008 received her B.A. in Fine Arts and in 2010 her M.A. in History of Art. Since 2012, she’s lived in New York, where she studied at ICP – International Center for Photography. She still lives in Brooklyn developing her personal projects inspired mainly by nature, by the micro and macro, action and reaction, transience and permutable aesthetics. She also works as studio manager for artist Janaina Tschäpe.
Pırıl Gündüz is a curator/artist at The Hollows Artspace live/work/exhibit residency based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York. Her latest work includes "Nighttime at The Hollows" performance series and Electrique, a group show comprised of electrical pieces that avoid the digital.
Meural is an art technology startup with the mission of fostering art discovery and expression, and to make art a part of everyone's daily life. Their flagship product is the Meural Canvas, a framed screen designed to be at once true-to-life, aesthetically beautiful, responsive, intuitive, modern, and simple. By bringing the world of art and photography into homes of all shapes and sizes, Meural strives to democratize art, both in cost and access.