‘The Subtle Knife’ by Daniel Crooks is screened at Times Square, New York, as a part of the Asia Society Triennial
A multichannel video work The Subtle Knife by Buxton Contemporary Collection artist Daniel Crooks is showing across multiple screens in Times Square, New York, throughout January as a part of the Asia Society Triennial ‘We Do Not Dream Alone’ program realised in partnership with Times Square Arts. The Subtle Knife takes us on a contemplative journey through time and space. Moving slowly down a never-ending train track, the scenery disappears into a series of constantly receding frames, forming a surreal landscape of alternate realms and infinitely expanding possibilities.
Image: Daniel Crooks, The Subtle Knife (still), 2016. HD, multichannel video, 2:10 min. Image © Daniel Crooks. Courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery
‘TarraWarra Biennial 2021: Slow Moving Waters’, TarraWarra Museum of Art, open till 11 July 2021
Buxton Contemporary Collection artists Daniel Crooks and Raquel Ormella have each been commissioned to create new work for the TarraWarra Biennial 2021: Slow Moving Waters. Curated by Nina Miall, the exhibition responds to two related cues: the idea of...
Reviewing Grant Stevens’ Fawn In The Forest Phillip Brophy writes: I’m writing this while Fawn In The Forest “plays” on my second screen. Or is it “happening”? Maybe it’s “running”. It just keeps going, as if its status as image is somehow in motion, fluid,...