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Living Inside the Grid

Jennifer Bolande » Luisa Lambri » Sean Snyder »

Exhibition: – 15 Jun 2003

583 Broadway
NY 10012 New York

New Museum of Contemporary Art

235 Bowery
NY 10002 New York



Wed 12-18 . Thu, Fri 12-21 . Sat, Sun 12-18

Living Inside the Grid will present twenty-four emerging national and international artists whose art explores the challenges of living in a world controlled by institutions, technology and media. Through site-specific installations, sculpture, photographs, drawings and computer animation, the artists in Living Inside the Grid explore the social, political and environmental issues that arise in an increasingly global society. In particular, several photographers are featured in the exhibition: Jennifer Bolande's work is based on photographic "fictions" that she first captures on film, then builds into three-dimensional "models" or "photo-sculptures." Her explorations of skyscraper architecture are often recreations of well-known city buildings with an emphasis on repeated patterns. Luisa Lambri often installs her photographs in series that highlight the same viewpoints at different moments or from slightly different angles, documenting the way in which architectural space is experienced rather than how it is designed. Lambri will be showing a new series of photographs of Neutra houses in Los Angeles. Sean Snyder photographs modern or utopian architectural environments that have not lived up to their expectations. At the New Museum, Snyder will show Dallas Southfork in Hermes Land, Slobovia, Romania, an installation of photographs, videos and architectural maquettes that document a real recreation in Romania of the Southfork Ranch from the television series, "Dallas". Living Inside the Grid is organized by Dan Cameron, senior curator at the New Museum, and marks his first group exhibition at a U.S. museum since 1982. The exhibition will be accompanied by a 160-page catalogue featuring an essay by Dan Cameron and approximately 60 color images.