Decanted Design Features my artwork

Thank you Penny for discovering my work online and featuring it in ART on DECANTED DESIGN … Swiss born, NYC based artist Ula Einstein transforms…

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Ula Einstein, nyc artist, additive, subtractive processes, material interference

Einstein Revealed: Interview w/artbookguy

Here’s the in-depth Interview about my work
Included in “Hottest Artists to watch”

“Üla Einstein is a New York City-based artist who is remarkably in tune with her process. I would say she does a better job at describing her work and inspirations than many artists I’ve interviewed to date.”  From the humble to the sublime… – Michael Corbin

Mapping Autonomy - work in progress ©Ula Einstein

Mapping Autonomy – work in progress ©Ula Einstein

Featured in d|visible magazine

Murrye Bernard on d|visible.com:

“In every creative endeavor, she is unique and experimental: two qualities that are evident in her art today.”

Ula Einstein’s work is, in a word, ephemeral. While it looks impressive in photos, they are also somewhat deceptive by failing to capture its intricacies: filmy layers, delicate threading, fine surface slices or topography-like depth. If you have the pleasure to view her work in person, it beckons you to move closer, to reach out and touch…

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 http://dvisible.com/2010/05/03/ula-einstein-builder-alchemist-artist/

 

One-Journal of Art, Ideas & Literature

Oct. 2010 – March 2011 ONLINE FEATURE ABOUT MY WORK from The Unwinding Destiny Project which is an installation/photography project

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By Lisa
Ula Einstein is a Swiss-born interdisciplinary artist based in New York City. Her process-oriented ritualistic work with self-invented techniques includes stretching and reinventing materials,  drawing with fire, blades, and thread on paper, objects, http://onethejournal.com/2010/10/884/
http://onethejournal.com

Free Will?

Temporary installations are photographed here in work from The Unwinding Destiny Project – installation/photography project