About Ula Einstein

Ula Einstein is a multi-disciplinary maker with an expanded art practice, living and working in NYC. Her work has been widely exhibited in galleries, museums and non-profit exhibition spaces. http://linkedin.com/ulaeinstein http://www.facebook.com/ULAEINSTEIN http://www.twitter.com/noformULA http://ps1.org/studio-visit/artist/ula-einstein http://www.re-title.org/artists/Ula-Einstein.asp

New Works In Progress!

With fire, hot glue and a return to colour –  here’s a few of the new works in progress on paper!        7.5 x 6″, 9 x 12″

Skull ©Ula Einstein

Skull ©Ula Einstein

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sea Orbit 2 ©Ula Einstein

Sea Orbit 2 ©Ula Einstein

 

Sea Orbit 1 ©Ula Einstein

Sea Orbit 1 ©Ula Einstein

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

cosmic study ©Ula Einstein

cosmic study ©Ula Einstein

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRESS (2) – If You Build It, NYC

IF YOU BUILD IT – with No Longer Empty and Art in Flux June 25-Aug 10, NYC.
My work from The Unwinding Destiny Project included: 
AND included by Douglas Turner: 
“I first saw Einstein’s work when her installation exhibited next to Yoko Ono’s in 2012, Chelsea, NYC….” scroll down in the article to read more
detail of The Unwinding Destiny Project by Ula Einstein. photo credit: Vincent Theo

detail of The Unwinding Destiny Project by Ula Einstein. photo credit: Vincent Theo

 

 

Terrain / Text / Texture – Summer 2014

IF YOU BUILD IT, with No Longer Empty and Art in Flux,  includes one of my installations Location: NYC: Corner of 155th St. and St. Nicholas Avenue – C train takes you right there.  Thur – Fri. 3-7pm, Sat-Sun 12-6pm. July 25 – Aug. 10.  Press on NPR and The New York Times

THE UNWINDING DESTINY PROJECT Ula’s expanded art practice explores the intrinsic connection between destruction and creation.  The almost weightless humble materials employed in creating this site-aware installation consists of broken shells saved from all the eggs she’s consumed for more than 8 years. The shells are first soaked to release their inner membrane, ‘tattooed’ with text, and  arranged on a textured terrain of unwound tapes displaced from old cassettes.  The ongoing exploration is about time, consumption, the weight and fragility of words: direct, cryptic, or unspoken, to diminish and/or empower.  Over time messages we are exposed to become ‘imprints.’  What messages do we embrace, or challenge?   Language has limitations which often supersede our immediate affectivity of sensory and visceral experience, yet also has great potential to connect and reach us.  A shell alludes to both protection and limitation. The tapes reflect personal and cultural conditioned recordings looped in our mind. ©Ula Einstein 2014

Ula Einstein behind a detail shot of the installation The Unwinding Destiny Project

Ula Einstein behind a detail shot of the installation The Unwinding Destiny Project

NYC Opening: If You Build It – June 25

The Unwinding Destiny Project 
Another site aware installation will be on view with
No Longer Empty 
NYC Opening Reception: June 25 from 7-9pm
Exhibition dates: June 25 to August 10, 2014
Thur – Fri 3 – 7 pm,  Sat- Sun 12 – 6pm
At the corner of 155th and St. Nicholas Ave – Art in Flux # 3F
Located in a new public housing project designed by David Adjaye.
Artists and arts organizations from Harlem and beyond will create
a unique exhibit on 3 floors of this revolutionary new building.
from The Unwinding Destiny Project ©Ula Einstein

from The Unwinding Destiny Project ©Ula Einstein

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ula’s expanded art practice explores the intrinsic connection between destruction and creation.  The almost weightless humble materials employed in creating this site-aware installation consists of broken shells saved from all the eggs she’s consumed for more than 8 years. The shells are first soaked to release their inner membrane, ‘tattooed’ with text, and  arranged on a textured terrain of unwound tapes displaced from old cassettes.  The ongoing exploration is about time, consumption, the weight and fragility of words: direct, cryptic, or unspoken, to diminish and/or empower.  Over time messages we are exposed to become ‘imprints.’  What messages do we embrace, or challenge?   Language has limitations which often supersede our immediate affectivity of sensory and visceral experience, yet also has great potential to connect and reach us.  A shell alludes to both protection and limitation. The tapes reflect personal and cultural conditioned recordings looped in our mind.