Independence Returns
WORKS

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When, Jonas Mekas, 54 x 13 in., print on photographic paper, 1968























Fascination, Agnes Bolt, 5.5 x 5 in., 3 silicon wafers, 2011
(silicon wafers are semi-conductors used for creation of most integrated circuits- cell phones, cameras, etc)

“The 17th century theories of Franz Mesmer purported that all animated bodies were affected by a magnetic force and by influencing these forces through early hypnosis strategies, one was able to treat various psychological disorders. Fascination attempts to harness the energy contained within the silicon wafer- an element universally found within us and also in most electronic devices- to purge the viewer of his affliction right here in the gallery.” – A B

























































My Brother’s Voice, Allison Somers in collaboration with Adam Somers, 20 x 30 in., customized audio imaging software, archival print , 2010
































Map of New Construction in Williamsburg, Brooklyn from 2005-2011, Su Friedrich, 22 x 14 in., colored dots and magic marker on paper, 2011
























































“Camera Darling” (for B.B.) w/ burn, Bradley Eros, assemblage, with collage objects and video, monitor & pedestal incorporating ‘burn, or The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics’ v.3 (video, originally super-8 in a 16mm projector, 5:35 min., color, sound, 2004/2010)
























































From The Whale Beach series by James Fotopoulos:

- The Whale Beach: Jerusalem 1, 2010, 9×12 inches, charcoal, graphite, chalk and crayon on paper
- The Whale Beach: The Pearl 1, 2010, 9×12 inches, charcoal, graphite, chalk and crayon on paper
- The Whale Beach: The Pearl 2, 2010, 9×12 inches, charcoal, graphite, chalk and crayon on paper
- The Whale Beach: The Pearl 5, 2010, 9×12 inches, charcoal, graphite, chalk and crayon on paper
(Complete series: 18 drawings)





































































































Aura 1,2,3,4, Peggy Ahwesh, 7 x 5 in., series of 4 prints from polaroids, 2010






















































“Andrew Dasburg’s Lucifer”, by Raul Vincent Enriquez, 37 Digital Photographs, iPod, H.264 Codec, 2008, 1 of 5
“I was asked by the db Foundation to physically or conceptually disarm a work of my choosing from the original Armory Show, the 1913 International Exhibition of Modern Art. ” – R V E









































Gecko, Nick Zedd, 16″, oil on round canvas, 2011
































Guilty, Michel Auder, 19 x 13 in., series of 4 digital prints, 2011























































Myth Labs, Martha Colburn, 22 x 30 in., collage and drawing, 2008





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