deanne sokolin
Since 2005
Works in Brooklyn United States of America

Deanne Sokolin is a photographer and new media artist whose work is part of an ongoing exploration of Jewish identity. Her photographs has been widely exhibited and are in several major collections including Harvard University's Fogg Museum.

She has taught photography and computer art at Marlboro College, Princeton University, and The School of Visual Arts. Born and raised in New York, she lives with her family in Brooklyn and is represented by The Bernard Toale Gallery. Her work was included in "Only Skin Deep" at the International Center of Photography last year.
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Re: Pause

I noticed your last name and thought I would say hello. Many times the Sokolins I meet are cousins in one way or another. Just curious. I like the image "Pause".

Best Regards,
deanne sokolin, brooklyn, ny

Alexey Sokolin wrote:

> Pause uses the new media approach to create four self-containing
> environments. Unlike most things on the net, these spaces demand
> passivity, while immersing you in video, sound, and design. Using
> abstraction, the artist creates spaces that are both familiar and
> foreign, dynamic and static. The navigation for a subsequent space
> does not appear until you observe each loop at least once.
> The project attempts to utilize the collage-like nature of the
> internet space. The browser has always delivered sound, graphics and
> text in a linear fashion. Pause integrates the three into a cohesive
> piece - an art resulting from the new media form.