World famous mass-media projects star Erwin Redl will attend Lviv
World famous mass-media projects star Erwin Redl will attend Lviv on invitation of “Dzyga” art union.
Austrian-born artist Erwin Redl uses LEDs as an artistic medium. Working in both two and three dimensions, his works redefine interior and exterior spaces. Born in 1963, Redl began his studies as a musician, receiving a BA in Composition and Diploma in Electronic Music at the Music Academy in Vienna, Austria. In 1995, he received an MFA in Computer Art at the School of Visual Arts in New York, where he now lives.
During his first April visit master of light installations will present his new installation “Thoughts on space” and will define place for his future projects. For the second time, Erwin Redl is expected to come to Lviv in September, as participant of “Week of contemporary art” where will be shown challenging phantasmagoric art object.
Redl's works have received attention both nationally and internationally. With his piece Matrix VI, he lit the face of New York's Whitney Museum of American Art for its 2002 Biennial Exhibit. Works such as Matrix II, which was shown in New York, Germany, France, Austria, and Korea, and Fade I, which animated the Eglise Sainte-Marie Madeleine in Lille, France, explore volume and allow people to move through lit spaces.
Lection-presentation of Erwin Redl will take place on April 8th, Wednesday in the Museum of Religion located at 1, Muzeyna sq. Lviv.
Beginning at 18:30, invitation only.
Registration and accreditation by e-mail: email@example.com
For more information, please, visit: www.dzyga.com or www.paramedia.net