PELHAM, N.Y. – Pelham Art Center’s new outdoor exhibition, “Wonderwall (Fluorescent Fuchsia Labyrinth),” by Andréa Stanislav will be on view to the public June 14-Sept.18, 2014.
The exhibition is part of Pelham Art Center’s Public Art Program “In the Courtyard.”
The experiential and interactive sonic installation by New York City-based artist Andréa Stanislav is made from cast concrete reinforced with steel rebar, steel tube and recycled transparent fluorescent vinyl. Participants will experience a minimalist transparent construction that mimics a labyrinth form and is activated by its glowing florescent fuchsia color and light.
Motion sensors are hidden in the trees, and when triggered by visitors, play an original atmospheric remixed audio work from hidden audio speakers that deconstruct the Oasis song “Wonderwall.”
Admission is free and open to the public.
Stanislav is an American artist whose practice includes sculpture, video installation and public projects. Stanislav received a bachelor of fine arts degree from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a master of fine arts degree from Alfred University, N.Y. She recently received a 2014 Art-centre Pushkinskaya-10 St. Petersburg International Residency Award.
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