Text/ure: May 30 – Sept. 9, NYC

OPENING May 30th, 6-9 pm – through September 9, 2017

Shirley Fiterman Art Center – Curator, Kristen frederickson

81 Barclay St, Tribeca in NYC 

Fellow artists are:  Kate Teale, Oliver Jones, Courtney Puckett, David Henderson, Paul Gagner, Colin Chase, Brenna Beirne, Lisa Corinne Davis, Christine Sciulli, Duston Spear, Kelly Driscoll, Paul D’Agostino 

Reviewed in the Tribeca Trib by April Koral

works from The Unwinding Destiny Project are included

Shirley Fiterman Art Center, NYC,  Opening May 30th Opening.  photo by Duston Spear

nyc, artists, contemporary, tactile, text, textures 

The Unwinding Destiny Project-youtube

My photographs from the temporary and site specific installations of THE UNWINDING DESTINY PROJECT  included in Infinite Instances, Studies and Images of Time –  Scientists, Artists, Writers

YOUTUBE:  The Unwinding Destiny Project installation/ photography -Curator Gavin Keeney who showed the work in Shadowlands, writes:  “the little film is pulsing and gorgeous”  http://youtu.be/uiJiqAzZsoA 

photography, C-Prints, text, texture, eggshells, ulaeinstein, nyc artist

ALL / TOGETHER / DIFFERENT

ALL | TOGETHER | DIFFERENT

A survey of Lower East Side and East Village Artists, NYC

Curated by Linda Griggs and Yona Verwer

ArtDaily: http://artdaily.com/news/76503/A-survey-of-working-artists-on-the-Lower-East-Side-opens-at-the-Manny-Cantor-Center#

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Debut Opening Reception 7-9 PM Manny Cantor Center

197 East Broadway, NYC  – through April 1st, Mon-Sat. 12-6pm

Ask / Ask Not: C-Print, limited edition ©Ula Einstein

Ask / Ask Not: C-Print,  ©Ula Einstein

Exhibition  brings together nearly 100 East Village and Lower East Side artists and arts organizations actively working in the community.

On view will be paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, prints, installation, and

video from artists aged 29 to 92, including Kiki Smith, Roger Welch, Richard

Hambleton, Kim Keever, Kembra Pfahler, Rick Prol, Jim Radakovich, James

Romberger, Anton Van Dalen Mark Kehoe, David Sandlin, Judith Simonian, Hans

Witschi, Susannah Coffey, and Marguerite Van Cook, 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

 

 

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.