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In Praise of Shadows: Solo Show: Video Installation and Works on Paper, Cabin Exhibitions. Chicago, Illinois 2012
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The exhibit consisted of Reanimated film then projected, silent and looping in tandem with works on paper, shadow casting sculpture and lamps. An exhibition booklet accompanied the exhibit.
(The film was Schatten – Eine nächtliche Halluzination "Shadows - a Nocturnal Hallucination" also known in English as Warning Shadows is a 1923 German silent film directed by Arthur Robison.)

In the darkness of the innermost rooms of these huge buildings, to which sunlight never penetrates, how the gold leaf of a sliding door or screen will pick up a distant glimmer from the garden, then suddenly send forth an ethereal glow, a faint golden light cast into the enveloping darkness.— Junichiro Tanizaki

The linking together which is everywhere seen, and which holds the Universe in its wholeness and unity, the eye receives, and thereby receives the representation, but without understanding it except as an impression and an image. — Friedrich Froebel




In Praise of Shadows-video installation still at CABIN EXHIBITIONS, Chicago, IL
2012
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