Huge memories in tiny video packages

I just got word of this charming and provocative art project by Brooklyn video artist Andrea Wolf.

In memory frames, Andrea works with found home footage (delightfully textured with grainy silhouettes) that she projects onto tiny, sometimes fragile, objects. The effect is to capture the act of memory making and memory conjuring. As a vessel of memories, the tiny object surrogates the souvenir – a dusty trinket on a shelf that holds onto the past, waiting to be activated by our rediscovery.

Beautiful, thoughtful work.

ShinyArt is in the middle of working out technical details for a local boutique hotel – can’t wait to see our artwork in that space!


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KKP is CEO and Founder of ShinyArt - a company designed to transform dull HD flat screens into canvases for some of the world’s most compelling moving art. She is also an art historian and adjunct professor at several schools in the Bay Area.
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