[Sep 14-16] Alexander Hahn

Alexander Hahn presents four new video works that explore the intersections between technology, human interaction, and memory. Shot in various places, ranging from New York to Beijing, his digitally altered videos reveal the sublime nature of even the most ordinary scenes.

Alexander Hahn

Cao Chang Di Road on November 24, 2009
I Stood There Waiting and other new videos

September 14, 15, 16, 2012, 3 – 7 pm
Artist Reception 7 – 9 pm September 14
Admission: Free

Harvestworks
596 Broadway #602, NYC

In his upcoming exhibition, Alex Hahn presents four new video works that explore the intersections between technology, human interaction, and memory. Shot in various places, ranging from New York to Beijing, his digitally altered videos reveal the sublime nature of even the most ordinary scenes.
Along with the premiere of Cao Chang Di Road On November 24 2009 I Stood There Waiting, a HD video projection with surround sound, he will show three new HD monitor works, On, Public Spaces- Private Strangers- Temporal Attractions and Anamorphoses – Max Mathews.

Alex Hahn, a New York/Zürich-based electronic media artist, received his MFA from the University of Fine Arts, Zürich/CH and is a 1981 fellow in the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. His videos, installations and computer prints are exhibited worldwide, most recently at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Kunstmuseum Solothurn/CH, the Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, Ferrara/IT, and the National Art Museum of China, Beijing/CN. Among his awards are the New York State Council on the Arts Grant, Zurich Work Award, and the Swiss Federal Grant.

Alexander Hahn – Cao Chang Di Road On November 24 2009

 

Alexander Hahn – ON

Alexander Hahn – Public Spaces

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