Anne-Charlotte Finel – Jacklighting – 17/01 au 23/02 – The Chimney, New York
Exposition personnelle Jacklighting d’Anne-Charlotte Finel du 17 janvier au 23 février 2020 à The Chimney, New York.
Vernissage le vendredi 17 janvier
Jacklighting refers to the nocturnal hunting practice of shining bright lights into a dark field in order to momentarily blind and stun animals. As if operating with a similar unnatural lighting system, the artist records transitory and ambiguous spaces through the lenses of her camera. In three video projects, Finel captures urban, rural, and underground landscapes that resist clarity and intelligibility. She experiments with architectural broad shots, close-ups, and microscopic scale. Installed at different angles, heights and on various surfaces, the works on display at The Chimney explore the malleability of pixels, the abstraction and limits of perceived images. The installation is accompanied by a sound piece by electro musician and artist Luc Kheradmand, Finel’s longtime collaborator. Amplifying the vibration of the images, the soundtrack borrows from machinery and synthetic noises to accentuate the viewer’s physical immersion.
Visuel de présentation : screenshot Jacklighting, Anne-Charlotte Finel
Exposition Jacklighting à The Chimney, NYC 2020
The Chimney NYC
200 Morgan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237