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Textual Landscapes

Shakespeare Machine
Textual Landscapes
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
New York, NY
September 17 – October 31, 2009

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery inaugurated its new location with a group exhibition entitled Textual Landscapes: Real and Imagined. The exhibition featured works by Jim Campbell, Airan Kang, Yongseok Oh, Alan Rath, Ben Rubin and Marina Zurkow. Each of the artists represent different generations of art making, and deploy a variety of media including the moving image, language, photography, and virtual imagery to depict places both real and imaginary. (From the Gallery Press Release)

Ben Rubin debuted his new works, The Shakespeare Machine and Lolita.

A Ticking Sound

A Ticking Sound: Ben Rubin
at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
New York, NY
March 16 – May 20, 2006

A Ticking Sound combined video, computer software, and LED displays in five new works that “investigate the nature of communication and the means by which information is processed.” The work “draws on a number of diverse references, from modernist literature to internet diaries to the traffic outside Rubin’s studio.”

Shown for the first time in A Ticking Sound were the pieces: Ulysses, The Quiet Ticking of Dreams , Sandstorm, Something Is Boiling and Traffic.