Jay Shinn “Doublerama and Adagiorama”

Time Equities, Inc. Art-in-Buildings Program (55 5th Ave)

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Time Equities Inc. Art-in-Buildings presents the newest exhibition in the lobby of the 55 5th Avenue Office Tower, Jay Shin: Doublerama and Adagiorama. Please join us for an opening celebration with the artist on Wednesday, June 12th from 5-7pm.

Jay Shinn’s site specific illuminated wall painting, Doublerama, challenges the viewer’s experience of the lobby space by confounding the geometry of the main architectural element, a curved wall. Shinn projects light on to wall painting with theatrical lenses to create the illusion of a three dimensional object floating in space. His experiential works are constructed of relatively simple geometric shapes that are deployed in intricate patterns to create origami-like structures. Also on view is Adagiorana, an 8-minute looping animation that references the wall painting. This is the first time one of Shinn’s animations has been shone publically. The TV screen is fronted with a frosted Plexiglas box which distorts the video, blurring the line between video and sculpture.

Jay Shinn lives and works in Dallas and New York. He has a BFA in painting from the Kansas City Art Institute. Shinn’s work has been exhibited widely in the US and Europe. Recent exhibitions include Miejska, Bydgoszcz, Poland; University of Colorado Colorado Springs Galleries of Contemporary Art, Colorado Springs; Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas; Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston; Kunstverein Neukolln, Berlin and Mixed Greens, New York. Shinn has completed residencies at Omi International Arts Center and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. His work is represented by Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas and Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston.

[Image: Jay Shinn “Doublerama” (2013)]



from June 12, 2013 to August 31, 2013

Opening Reception on 2013-06-12 from 17:00 to 19:00


Jay Shinn

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