DIVERGENT WAYS > NYC Apr 9 – May 3

Embodying divergent views, four artists explore materials, intention and ideas, pushing the limits of possibility and revelation.  -  Stephanie Calla, Director
 
FEATURING WORK BY:
Vero Dalla, Üla Einstein, Ellen Hackl Fagan, Norma Marquez Orozco
Twelve of my works are included:
La Maison d’Art Gallery 259 W. 132nd St., New York City
OPENING:  APRIL 9th, 6:00-9:00 PM  - through May 3, 2013
Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri, 4-7pm,  Sat-Sun, 12-5pm

below: one of Ula Einstein’s 12 works being exhibited
SNAKE - a detail. Mixed media on manipulated Tyvek ©Ula Einstein

SNAKE – a detail. Mixed media on manipulated Tyvek ©Ula Einstein

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carving Light - detail  ©Ula Einstein

Carving Light – detail
©Ula Einstein

Ula @ the Opening in interview, with photographer Will Vaultz

Ula @ the Opening in interview, with photographer Will Vaultz

 

The Unwinding Destiny Project…

“SHADOW-LANDS”  art exhibit:  a study of visual agency in art and architecture 
includes The Unwinding Destiny Project...my text based work employing humble materials. The ongoing exploration is about time, consumption, the potential of words, how they diminish, empower, and over time,  inform our beliefs.
April 18 – May, 2012  
Deakin University Exhibition Gallery, Geelong, Victoria, Australia

Initiated in 2008, I continue to create and shoot temporary installations above and below ground.

YOUTUBE:  The Unwinding Destiny Project installation/ photography
Curator Gavin Keeney writes:  ”the little film is pulsing and gorgeous”

CLICK On youtube here: http://youtu.be/uiJiqAzZsoA

Photographs included in Infinite Instances: Studies and Images of Time by artists, scientists and writers. Olga Ast, Curator,  Mark Batty Publisher
Book-Ula-email

Rauschenberg, Warhol, Einstein – Everhart Museum

EVERHART MUSEUM OF SCIENCE, CULTURE and ART:  PA  August –  Dec. 31, 2011, an exhibition with work by artists who employ materials from plant derivations

Buds, Blooms & Berries: Plants in Science, Culture & Art:  Where would we be if we didn’t have plants? Plants are undeniably important to every living creature on Earth. Food, shelter, health, culture and art are all dependent on the use of plants, both in tangible and figurative ways. Buds, Blooms & Berries is a multi-disciplinary exhibit highlighting the Everhart Museum’s scientific collections and its historic Twining Herbarium, ethnographic materials depicting plants and trees, and contemporary art reflecting how botanicals impact today’s societies and mindset. Plants are an important element of the world’s ecosystem, producing oxygen, consuming carbon dioxide, providing nourishment and aesthetic inspiration, as well as function for human and animal shelter and tools around the world. Plants are also some of the earliest living things as represented by fossils in the Museum’s permanent collection.

I travelled to the Everhart Museum in Scranton, PA on Sunday. My cousin who I refer to as Martha Jean (the Queen) drove us.  I was as jarred and saddened to witness all the deer-kill along the roads, as I was surprised and delighted to witness my  labor intensive tactile works on paper, hanging alongside work by 20th Century giants Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol. Part of a long stream and thread…of art history…  Conjured up thoughts about what we are drawn to create, to express, contributing to a larger dialogue.  I love paper for its forgiving qualities.

(r)Cosmic Narrative I,  (L) Timeless  ©Ula Einstein

in order, Einstein, Rauschenberg, Warhol 2011, Everhart Museum

Below – ECHOES, mixed media installation of 55 hemispheric skins- Detail  2011

 

 

Everhart Museum Aug-Dec. 2011

EVERHART MUSEUM OF SCIENCE, CULTURE and ART, PA-
Aug. 12 – Dec. 31, 2011

*Buds, Blooms & Berries: Plants in Science, Culture & Art

(artists who work with plant derivations)
Buds, Blooms & Berries: Plants in Science, Culture & Art  Where would we be if we didn’t have plants? Plants are undeniably important to every living creature on Earth. Food, shelter, health, culture and art are all dependent on the use of plants, both in tangible and figurative ways. Buds, Blooms & Berries is a multi-disciplinary exhibit highlighting the Everhart Museum’s scientific collections and its historic Twining Herbarium, ethnographic materials depicting plants and trees, and contemporary art reflecting how botanicals impact today’s societies and mindset. Plants are an important element of the world’s ecosystem, producing oxygen, consuming carbon dioxide, providing nourishment and aesthetic inspiration, as well as function for human and animal shelter and tools around the world. Plants are also some of the earliest living things as represented by fossils in the Museum’s permanent collection.

Echoes – mixed media installation, reconfigured semi orbs

Kosmos – drawing with fire, thread on rice paper ©Ula Einstein

INFINITE INSTANCES: Book Launch @Robert Miller Gallery

WE had a beautiful time at the opening  in Chelsea, in spite of the steady rains )*…. I met such lovely people from various walks of life, including some of the other amazing contributors!!.   My installation/photography work from The Unwinding Destiny Project is included in this elegant new book  –Mark Batty Publisher and ArcheTime Project
Invited you to Book Launch Party and Book Signing
INFINITE INSTANCES : Studies and Images of Time
Scientists, Artists, Writers, and More Consider Time
Location:  Robert Miller Gallery • 524 W 26th St • New York City
Friday, September 23, 2011, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Download Press Release from: www.infiniteinstances.com

Olga Gast, Curator

Incubatory States ©Ula Einstein below ground installation/C-Print

Infinite Instances: Studies and Images of Time is a collection of original essays and visual meditations on the nature of time. It includes papers and artwork from the ArcheTime conference/exhibition in 2009 with additional materials.

Mark Batty Publisher is an independent publisher dedicated to making distinctive books on the visual art of communicating, showcasing the visual power and innovation of contemporary culture in all of its varied poses: www.markbattypublisher.com

ArcheTime is an ongoing cross-disciplinary project dedicated to exploring artistic, academic and scientific concepts of Time: www.archetime.net
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Tax-deductible contributions to the ArcheTime project can be made at: www.artspire.org
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ArcheTime Project fiscally sponsored by Artspire (a program of the New York Foundation for the Arts), and supported by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, EFA Project Space, the Tank Space for Performing & Visual Arts, WIX Lounge, SET Gallery and the NYC Future Salon