Amelie G Mag Features Ula Einstein

Amelie G magazine based in New Orleans highlights Ula Einstein as
their featured artist (see the cover) in their Summer “Motion” print Issue.
Featuring images from the ongoing installation/photography:
The Unwinding Destiny Project -text based work on broken eggshells engages
issues of time, consumption and the power of words to diminish, generate,
and influence our conditioning.
The online version of Amelie G Mag will include the youtube of C-Prints from the installation/photography project.


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The Unwinding Destiny Project…

“SHADOW-LANDS”  art exhibit:  a study of visual agency in art and architecture 
includes The Unwinding Destiny 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:

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

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:

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

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:

ArcheTime is an ongoing cross-disciplinary project dedicated to exploring artistic, academic and scientific concepts of Time:

Tax-deductible contributions to the ArcheTime project can be made at:

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

2012: The Drop NYC/Urban Art Infill, Chelsea 2010

love conquers all ©Ula Einstein 2011

2012 The Drop NYC was an inspired exhibition for 6 weeks in a pop-up gallery in Chelsea. The 26 artists showing installations included Yoko Ono’s The Wishing Tree installed next to my ongoing installation/photography The Unwinding Destiny Project. Here’s a detail of the installation/photography project.  Some of the limited edition C-Prints are also included with my works on paper in flat files at Pierogi in Williamsburg., 177 N. 9th St.

The Unwinding Destiny Project ©Ula Einstein

Numerous works updated in 5 portfolios here: ArtistsSpace, NYC

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

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,

Free Will?

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