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For Syracuse diciembre 9, 2010

Posted by christian saucedo in Display LED.
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Tipo. Pantalla LED – autoactiva

Autor de la instalación. Jenny Holzer

Edificio. Syracuse Stage

Ciudad. Syracuse, NY

País. EUA

Año. 2010

Web. http://www.jennyholzer.com

Imágenes. http://urbanvideoproject.com/news.html


Vía. http://urbanvideoproject.com/news.html



Light Work and the Urban Video Project are pleased to announce the opening of an installation by internationally renowned artist Jenny Holzer at the Urban Video Project site at Syracuse Stage, 820 East Genesee Street, Syracuse, NY. Holzer created For Syracuse as a site-specific installation that streams across the façade of Syracuse Stage on an LED curtain. The installation features 272 aphorisms from her celebrated series Truisms, and Survival that challenge viewer’s assumptions about the world we live in through the use of language as art. Whether questioning consumerist impulses, or lamenting the struggles of daily living Jenny Holzer always provokes a response. Her work crosses the boundary between poetry and visual art, and suggests both the limitations and power of technology and the information age.

For more than thirty years this influential American conceptual artist has been creating subversive works that blend in among advertisements in public spaces questioning and confronting our passive consumption of information. Since the early 1970’s, Holzer has been collecting and writing phrases and aphorisms found in literature, philosophy and contemporary culture. She calls these summaries her Truisms, and has printed them on bronze plaques, painted signs, stone benches, footstools, stickers, t-shirts, condoms, paintings, photographs, video, sound, light projection, and the Internet. In 1982, Holzer installed Truisms on one of Time Square’s gigantic LED billboards. In the 1980’s, for her Survival Series, Holzer adopted more personal and urgent messages about the realities of everyday living. Power, vulnerability, violence, tenderness, moral struggles and motherhood are courageously chronicled in this series which continuously prods the viewer to question the role of individuals in society.



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