319 SCHOLES is pleased to present the premiere of Wallpapers, an immersive, 3,000 sq ft installation designed by new media artists, Nicolas Sassoon and Sara Ludy. Throughout the past year, these two artists have explored the concept of domestic space as a definition of identity and representation through online collaborations and projects. WALLPAPERS will mark the artists’ physical debut of these ideas, with an installation that spans the walls of 319 Scholes.
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Curated by Lindsay Howard and Katie Miller
Nicolas Sassoon is a Vancouver-based artist and member of the online art collective Computers Club. Nicolas publishes a lot of his work online through the format of animated gifs and collaborates with architects, artists, electronic music producers and fashion designers. His work has been exhibited in various international venues and events such as the Miami Art Fair, the Tokyo Art Fair, Today Art Museum in Beijing, The Charles H.Scott Gallery in Vancouver, TINBOX Contemporary Art Gallery in Bordeaux, the Berlin Fashion Week, and MU Eindhoven. The work of Nicolas Sassoon revolves around the relationship between computer technology and the representations of landscape, architecture and domestic environment.
Sara Ludy holds a BFA in New Media from School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work has been widely exhibited in the US and internationally. Recent exhibitions include: Action! International Film Club – Dazed Live Festival, London and a video screening/exhibition, and via Rhizome at the Armory Show in New York. She is a member of Tremblexy, an experimental audio/video collaboration with Austin Meredith that creates immersive, sensory experiences through the use of collage, electronic manipulation, repetition and projections. As a VJ, she has collaborated with many of the most interesting musicians as Daedelus, Damian Lazarus, Etienne de Crecy, Hercules + Love Affair, James Zabiela, LA Riots, Moby, Mr. Oizo, Timo Maas, Vitalic, Wolfganag Gartner and many more.
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