FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 3 PM
Free and open to the public
Shuli Sadé is a New York based multi-disciplinary artist who works across a range of mediums: photography, video and installation. Sadéʼs often takes nighttime as a point of departure to define urban landscapes by light. Her images explore the boundaries of two-dimensional and three-dimensional art. She works with elements in space that are ethereal in nature: light, sound, movement, and arrested images. By merging these components of her work, she encourages her audiences’ involvement in a piece. Sadé is a recipient of the Pollock Krasner Foundation 2014, National Endowment for the Arts Visual Arts Fellowship, 1991, the New York Foundation for the Arts emergency grant, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Art Fund for video and sculpture and others.
On the occasion of her exhibition at Independent Art Projects, we invited Shuli to discuss the roles art and science play in her work. Discover the behind-the-scene of her installations, and where she’s headed next.
Her works are on view at IAP until Sunday, September 21, 2014.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SHULI SADE WORKS CLICK HERE.
[image: Shuli Sadé, City Codes 1, 2014 – courtesy of CYNTHIA-REEVES]