Marie Lorenz

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Posted: 03/28/12
Duration: 8
Producer: Max Fierst
Views: 16577

Margins, outskirts, the out-of-sight aren't words usually associated with cosmopolitan icon-of-icons New York City. The edgy places in New York Marie Lorenz goes and takes us to, outfitted with, rowboat and self-documenting bird's-eye video apparatus, are outer-borough canals and estuaries, like Jamaica Bay and Newtown Creek, not to mention Bushwick gas stations and bodegas at midnight, where, barely a mile from the skyscrapers and the bars, Lorenz makes her way across a largely people-less landscape of anonymous waterways and pathways. (Brings new meaning to "Alone in New York.") Her work proposes a fresh new language to tell a story of the big city. She showed her most recent videos and related sculpture at Jack Hanley Gallery (through March 31, 2012).

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