Link to Quiet Riot at Duck Creek Press Release (Invite and press release photo by Junenoire Mitchell)
Studio Workshop Installation at Children's Museum of Art Family Gala, April 2014.
Installation at Art in General Gala, April 2014. "Propulsion"
American Academy of Arts and Letters Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts: 6 March - 12 April 2014. View press release
Parrish Art Museum Artists Choose Artists, 8 November - 19 January: View exhibition information
ENGULF, 2013 Site specific installation in plywood shell. 9'Hx12'x6'6". Two channel HD video of circles projected onto nylon mesh. Please click here for Installation photos.
28 September: Expanding Circles: One minute projection installation at the Global Citizen Festival, Central Park Great Lawn.
Title: Expanding Circles
Artist: Christine Sciulli
Media: Site specific HD video projection installation (65 seconds)
Location: Great Lawn, Central Park, NY, NY
Dimensions: 300’L x 175’ W x 6’ H
Video artist Christine Sciulli was selected to compose a 65 second light installation to be projected from above onto the audience during the 2nd Annual Global Citizen Festival, which intends to raise awareness and recruit activists to help end extreme global poverty. The concert is Saturday September 28th on the Great Lawn of Central Park, NYC. The headliners include Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Kings of Leon and John Mayer. Tickets are free to those who pledge social action to end global poverty through the Global Poverty Project’s website ((globalpovertyproject.com)
Concept: The power of One. Many Ones. Inspiration is Contagious. It begins with you. Be part of the movement to end extreme poverty.
Visual Concept: Rippling influence from a single voice (circle) expands outward until the audience is networked through overlapping, engaged circles which then reach out into a global call to action to help end extreme poverty.
Shot by the extraordinary video operator from a scissor lift where the projectors were located, this video shows a segment of Expanding Circles projected onto 2500 people in the 60,000 person audience. Projection mapping by Pablo Molina. We used (12) 25K Chrystie projectors with 2-2.8 lenses from atop 4 scissor lifts and D3 mapping software to cover a 300' x 125' area of NYC's Central Park Great Lawn. For stills of this installation, please see: http://www.flickr.com/photos/christinesciulli/sets/72157636071354013/
CHRISTINE SCIULLI at the 2013 GOVERNORS ISLAND ART FAIR: Saturdays and Sundays in September, 11am-6pm. Directions and further GIAF info:http://www.4heads.org/visitors/
Christine Sciulli, LANGUID, 2013 (featured at Governor's Island Art Fair, 404A Colonel's Row, Attic) Reviewed by Gabrielle Seltz of Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/gabrielle-selz/christine-sciuilli-and-th_b_3899414.html
See link to video documentation and description: http://vimeo.com/channels/christinesciulli
Other recent work:
Christine Sciulli, Thomsens Ishus, 2013
A site specific projection by Christine Sciulli
Christine Sciulli has assembled images and stories from the Kattegat coast developed through talking with the local families who have been actively involved in fishing in the village for generations. Images gathered by the community were rephotographed by Sciulli and mixed with photos taken by her around the Ishus to propel a projection work that speaks to the past, present and future of the seaside town of Fjellerup through the virtual sublimation of walls of Thomsens Ishus.
A one night workshop was held for local tweens to experiment with drawing with light onto the projections.
Thomsens Ishus, site specific projection by Christine Sciulli is part of Fjellerup i Bund og Grund, an art project by Anna Lise Jensen with site-specific art projects in Fjellerup, supported by Norddjurs and made in collaboration with the townspeople and artists Norbert Francis Attard, Julia Whitney Barnes, Monica Carrier, Jo Q . Nelson and Christine Sciulli.
More images of this work can be seen here: Christine Sciulli: Thomsens Ishus
THE EXPANSIVE FIELD: Artist Residency at South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) in Bridgehampton, NY.
THE EXPANSIVE FIELD: Artist Residency at South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) in Bridgehampton, NY. The Expansive Field Project included large scale projection installations, invited guest artist-performers, workshops, and educational outreach.
Three performers were invited to interact with my installations during special performances: Composer-vocalist Cecilie Hafstad Richards (20 April 2013 Opening Event), Visual/Movement artist Jaanika Peerna, and Philosopher-composer-author David Rothenberg (25 May 2013 Closing Event).
Throughout the residency, I held several interactive workshops where the public was invited to manipulate materials within projections of light, as well as transforming sound into light projections onto various materials.
Several school groups made studio visits, including a group of 8,9,10th grade geometry students who brought their own projects to share alongside my studio work with a class of 3rd graders. To satisfy my interest in off-site educational outreach for this residency, I worked with the 7th class at the Ross School to develop individual projection installations which resulted in a show in their school gallery.
See http://vimeo.com/channels/theexpansivefield for more video documentation of this project.
Christine Sciulli, Languid, 2013, 48" diameter x 18" deep, HD video projection onto mesh.
Christine Sciulli, Wall 1, 2013, 5' x 12', HD video projection onto grass field.
2013 Fjellerup i Bund + Grund, Curated by Anna Lise Jensen: 8 August, Thomsens Ishus, Fjellerup, Denmark
2013 Found and Lost, Curated by Hope Sandrow: 8 June 18 August, ArtSites, Riverhead, NY
2013 Bad Ass Bitches, Curated by Melissa Mapes: 31 May - 1 July, Neoteric Gallery, Amagansett, NY
2013 Clashing Resemblances, 18 May - 12 June, Ross School Gallery, East Hampton, NY:
Crawl, 2013, video projection of single moving line onto warped mesh planes
2013 South Fork Museum of Natural History Arist-in-Residence: The Expansive Field March thru May
From Natural to Supernatural: Christine Sciulli’s Voco-Visuals At South Fork Natural History Museum by Sandra Hale Schulman
Christine Sciulli’s Environment at SoFo by Jennifer Landes
Christine Sciulli Finds Her Way In The Dark by Michelle Trauring
2012 and earlier:
Roebling Tango, Brooklyn Armory Night, 11 March 2012, Ascenzi Square, Brooklyn
TANGLE, 2011. 16'H x 35'Wx35'W. Video projection onto Vines, Branches and Grasses. 14 March - 11 April 2011 at Causey Contemporary Gallery in Brooklyn, NY.
"Heart of Darkness" Review by Jennifer Landes, James Kalm covers Tangle, Download Brochure, Link to more stills
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Christine Sciulli's latest video Projection Installation TANGLE, part of her planeSPACE series, overruns Causey Contemporary, creating meandering pathways in which to immerse viewers in fractured planes of light. “It’s not every day that you see an artist like Christine Sciulli. Her work consists of intersections of the geometry and an intuitive sense of how to use everyday materials to give a sense of “spatialisation” - she plays with how we perceive the world around us in a way that leaves you with a kind of eerie sense of timelessness.” Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky from his essay “Christine Sciulli: An Artist of the Floating World, planeSPACE and Practical Geometry”
Tangle: Artist Statement
Link to videos of Intercepting Planes and planeSPACE installations
From the archive:
22July- 18 September 2011: I'm After Me, Edward Hopper House Art Center, Nyack, NY, Statement
Edward Hopper House Art Center 40th anniversary installation. July-Sept 2011. Nyack, NY
20 March- 8 May 2010: Constructed Place, Annmarie Garden Sculpture Park & Arts Center
HD video projection
of moving lines
of light onto a
Annmarie Garden, Maryland, a Smithsonian affiliate.
Truro, 2010, grasses and video projection, 18'x9'x5'H
(Links to Installation images, and invitation)
A juried indoor/outdoor sculpture exhibition examining contemporary relationships
between viewer and artwork, co-sponsored by the Washington Sculptors Group
and Annmarie Garden, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.
JUROR: Megan Rook-Koepsel, University of Maryland, College Park
planeSPACE, installation in the series Intercepting Planes.
Points of light map the intersections of light planes and network pathways.The networks used in this body of work have utilized various materials. In earlier installations, a random, taut, linear network of string was used to define pathways and synapses in gallery spaces. Operating on a much larger scale, Intercepting Planes X mapped planes of light onto a network of tree canopies high above Duane Park.
In this current installation, a mishmash of vines, roots, and bramble forms a dense, organic network. Points of light variously slink, careen and collide along twisted pathways - the result of a projected line mapped onto the tangled network of planeSPACE.
Click above frame for Video documenting Intercepting Planes projects,
click on frame for video of Intercepting Planes X at Duane Park.
Intercepting Planes X,an outdoor public projection work, in Duane Park, December 2008.
Intercepting Planes B at the Islip Art Museum December-January 2009 a quiet riot of controlled chaos (Janet Goleas). Curated by Karen Shaw
Intercepting Planes at Frederieke Taylor Gallery, NYC, Summer 2008.
SCATTER AND POWER and FUGUE STATE are accepted into the New Museum's Rhizome ArtBase, January 2008