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Creative Exchange Agency  Artist management, production and creative content agency. Offices in New York, Paris, Tokyo and Shanghai.

CXA Insight: “Anthropocene” by Marco Brambilla

Located in the glass atrium at the Time Warner Center, Anthropocene is a site-specific video installation that depicts a surrogate view of the geography within and between Central Park and Columbus Circle.

The term ‘Anthropocene’ is derived from geology and describes the extent of influence human activities have had on Earth’s ecosystems. Projected on three suspended 22 by 30 foot screens, Anthropocene consists of two intersecting cinematic chapters that Brambilla created after meticulously exploring the park’s design with the Central Park Conservancy’s official historian.

Anthropocene is an aesthetic investigation into the energy and rhythm of the transition between the city and the park,” said the artist. Brambilla highlights the fissure between nature and technology; the man-made and the pastoral; the subjective and the objective; and the paradox that one of New York City’s largest natural spaces is in fact man-made.

Source: Art Production Fund

Premiered at Time Warner Center, Columbus Circle, New York, NY

Commission for Art Production Fund and Hugo Boss

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CXA Insight: “Anthropocene” by Marco Brambilla

Located in the glass atrium at the Time Warner Center, Anthropocene is a site-specific video installation that depicts a surrogate view of the geography within and between Central Park and Columbus Circle.

The term ‘Anthropocene’ is derived from geology and describes the extent of influence human activities have had on Earth’s ecosystems. Projected on three suspended 22 by 30 foot screens, Anthropocene consists of two intersecting cinematic chapters that Brambilla created after meticulously exploring the park’s design with the Central Park Conservancy’s official historian.

Anthropocene is an aesthetic investigation into the energy and rhythm of the transition between the city and the park,” said the artist. Brambilla highlights the fissure between nature and technology; the man-made and the pastoral; the subjective and the objective; and the paradox that one of New York City’s largest natural spaces is in fact man-made.

Source: Art Production Fund

Premiered at Time Warner Center, Columbus Circle, New York, NY

Commission for Art Production Fund and Hugo Boss

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@marcobrambilla
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#marcobrambilla #cxaartist #CXainsight #Anthropocene #Videoart #fineart #Hugoboss #Artporductionfund @artproductionfund #ecosystems #Centralpark #timewarnercenter #columbuscircle

CXA Insight: “Anthropocene” by Marco Brambilla

Located in the glass atrium at the Time Warner Center, Anthropocene is a site-specific video installation that depicts a surrogate view of the geography within and between Central Park and Columbus Circle.

The term ‘Anthropocene’ is derived from geology and describes the extent of influence human activities have had on Earth’s ecosystems. Projected on three suspended 22 by 30 foot screens, Anthropocene consists of two intersecting cinematic chapters that Brambilla created after meticulously exploring the park’s design with the Central Park Conservancy’s official historian.

Anthropocene is an aesthetic investigation into the energy and rhythm of the transition between the city and the park,” said the artist. Brambilla highlights the fissure between nature and technology; the man-made and the pastoral; the subjective and the objective; and the paradox that one of New York City’s largest natural spaces is in fact man-made.

Source: Art Production Fund

Premiered at Time Warner Center, Columbus Circle, New York, NY

Commission for Art Production Fund and Hugo Boss

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@marcobrambilla
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#marcobrambilla #cxaartist #CXainsight #Anthropocene #Videoart #fineart #Hugoboss #Artporductionfund @artproductionfund #ecosystems #Centralpark #timewarnercenter #columbuscircle

“ARISTOCRACY THREE” by David LaChapelle featured in the recently released book “LOST + FOUND", Part I" @Taschen.
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“ARISTOCRACY TWO” by David LaChapelle featured in the recently released book “GOOD NEWS, Part II" @Taschen.
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“ARISTOCRACY ONE” by David LaChapelle featured in the recently released book “GOOD NEWS, Part II" @Taschen.
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CXA insight: The Coachella Valley and its desert landscape became the canvas for a curated exhibition by Neville Wakefield of site-specific work by established and emerging artists, whose projects amplified and articulated global and local issues that ranged from climate change to starry skies, from tribal culture and immigration to tourism, gaming, and golf. The artworks, in various indoor and outdoor locations, offered visitors a way to see the valley and reflect on serious and playful issues through the lens of the participating artist's creativity and work.
Featured Artwork: "I am" by Tavares Strachan “I am” is a work that explores the relationship between human beings and their environment. Borrowing from Vedic Philosophy, the phrase “I am” is to identify oneself with the universe and /or ultimate reality. There is a rich history of human beings exploring the desert as the place to disconnect and reconnect with questions about who they might be. As someone born on an island, surrounded by what may be considered beautiful but potentially Hostile Ocean, I personally have understood these vast landscapes as opportunities to re-center and dislocate one’s imagination all at the same time. With the help of a skilled team, I plan to dig 290 craters over 100,000 square feet or the size of two America football fields. Once the holes are mapped and dug into the desert floor, brightly lit neon tubes will align the perimeter of each crater. The viewer will interact with what seems like an abstracted glowing crevasse of light, but if viewed from the sky one will read the exploded phrase “I am.” - Tavares Strachan
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CXA insight: The Coachella Valley and its desert landscape became the canvas for a curated exhibition by Neville Wakefield of site-specific work by established and emerging artists, whose projects amplified and articulated global and local issues that ranged from climate change to starry skies, from tribal culture and immigration to tourism, gaming, and golf. The artworks, in various indoor and outdoor locations, offered visitors a way to see the valley and reflect on serious and playful issues through the lens of the participating artist's creativity and work.

Featured Artwork: “Mirage” Doug Aitkens

In the tradition of land-art as a reflection of the dreams and aspirations projected onto the America West, Mirage presents a continually changing encounter in which subject and object, inside and outside are in constant flux. The ranch-style structure suggests a latter-day architectural version of manifest destiny, a primary structure rendered by the artist without function service or texture. With every available surface clad in mirror, it both absorbs and reflects the landscape around in such ways that the exterior will seemingly disappear just as the interior draws the viewer into a never-ending kaleidoscope of light and reflection. As Mirage pulls the landscape in and reflects it back out, this classic one-story suburban house becomes a framing device, a perceptual echo-chamber endlessly bouncing between the dream of nature as pure uninhabited state and the pursuit of its conquest.
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CXA insight: The Coachella Valley and its desert landscape became the canvas for a curated exhibition by Neville Wakefield of site-specific work by established and emerging artists, whose projects amplified and articulated global and local issues that ranged from climate change to starry skies, from tribal culture and immigration to tourism, gaming, and golf. The artworks, in various indoor and outdoor locations, offered visitors a way to see the valley and reflect on serious and playful issues through the lens of the participating artist's creativity and work.

Featured Artwork: “The Circle of Land and Sky” Phillip K Smith III

The Circle of Land and Sky defines a reflective space within the desert, composed entirely of the environment’s two most prominent physical characteristics -- land and sky. Formed by 300 geometric reflectors angled at 10 degrees, the artwork directly engages with the Sonoran surrounding and the endless heavens. As the light shifts and the viewer moves through the installation, land, and sky are separated, merged, and displaced, subverting one’s assumed the relationship with the desert horizon. At times, the sky is pulled down to the land or the land lifted up to the sky, while the colors of the west may merge with the colors of the east. It is a constantly changing installation that can never be seen the same way twice.
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