UVP, Light Work, and the Everson Museum of art are pleased to present a collaborative exhibition of new and past works by multimedia artist Saya Woolfalk created during her Light Work 2015 artist residency.
Woolfalk’s work will be on view in the Everson Museum’s Cloud-Wampler and Robineau Galleries form February 6 – May 1 and at Urban Video Project’s permanent outdoor architectural projection venue on the Everson plaza from April 7 – May 28, 2016.
Woolfalk will give an artist talk at the Everson on Thursday, April 14, 6:30pm in conjunction with these dual exhibitions, both of which will be on view.
This event is FREE & OPEN to the public. Reception follows.
Woolfalk’s exhibition will be the closing exhibition of UVP 2015-16: We Were Never Human, a year-long exploration of the changing idea of what it means to be human.
About the Work
Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Saya Woolfalk has spent a decade creating a fictional utopian universe that blends science fiction, fantasy and cultural anthropology to create a mythos that imagines the culture of tech savvy plant-human hybrids. UVP and the Everson present the latest chapter in Woolfalk’s ongoing narrative, including new video and fabric-based prints made while in residency at Light Work and UVP in 2015, as well as earlier video and sculptural works that provide an overview of the story to date.
For more information on the indoor exhibition in the Everson’s Cloud-Wampler and Robineau Galleries, go to: everson.org
About the Artist
Saya Woolfalk holds a BA from Brown University and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Born in Japan, Woolfalk grew up in Scarsdale, New York and currently works in Manhattan. Her work has been shown in group shows and solo exhibitions, including at the Montclair Art Museum; the Studio Museum in Harlem; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY; Sugar Hill Children’s Museum, NY; and MoMA PS1. She is represented by Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects.
Woolfalk’s residency was made possible through the generous support of Light Work and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Her talk is co-sponsored by the Syracuse University Humanities Center and School of Art Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
All UVP exhibitions are made possible through the generous support of the New York State Council for the Arts.
Woolfalk’s work appears courtesy of Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects