Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012· 765 Washington St, New York, NY 10014
Please join CoWorker Projects on Tuesday, April 3rd for a presentation of works by Nicholas Steindorf including Superstition, Hey Jude, 52, Float, and How to Disappear. Steindorf's videos make use of accessible subject matter to eliminate complicated signs and ask the audience to enter and ponder what happens inside it. The superficial qualities of these works disorient the viewer from the original image - encouraging further analysis and examination emphasizing experience through image, time, and formal experimentation.
This selection of videos oscillate between recognizable pictures and abstractions. Nicholas received his BFA from Columbia College in Chicago in 2009 and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Steindorf's work appeared in various group exhibitions over the last five years including EX (International Arts Movement, NY, 2012), Sans (Co-Prosperity Sphere, Chicago, 2012), Collection (The Arcade, Chicago, 2011), Indestructible Youth (Kunz Vis Projects, Chicago, 2010), Frame (C33 Gallery, Chicago, 2010), Regeneration (New York Center for Art and Media Studies, NY, 2010) and Venice Biennial Workshop Ancillary Exhibition (Venice, Italy, 2009).