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Binwanka: ?? (Henshin)

Friday, March 15, 2019, 12 p.m.

Artspace
50 Orange St, New Haven, CT

Cost: Free

Event Phone Number: 203.772.2709

For more info, visit: https://artspacenewhaven.org/exhibitions/binwanka-%E5%A4%89%E8%BA%AB-henshin/

Artspace is pleased to announce ?? (Henshin), a solo show of experimental video, sound and kinetic installation produced from 2010-2019 by our current Artist-in-Residence, Binwanka. The works in the show are deeply informed by the artistís experience growing up on anime and video games, the latter of which he played competitively in the 2000ís, and improvising solo at open mics in New York City. Binwanka makes work from digital materials that are free and readily at hand, including screen captured videos, videos downloaded from the internet, open source software, cell phone videos, and mail ordered Buddhist chant boxes. Animated scenes from Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Mickey Mouse, and Astro Boy serve as the source footage for many of his works. Though, through the process of their pre-production, digital rendering, and post production, their amusing figurative content is transformed into unreadable images. The output is a sublime abstract tableau of mutable color fields, produced through accident and chance with machines.

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