Shuli Sade "Metro Cryptograms" 2014
20” x 20” lightbox
New York Cityscapes of encoded memory and urbanism
Collection of 7 unique works
$9,000 USD each
The geometry of missing particles unveils a grid of architectural rhythms that belong to large modern cities. Removing photographic information with a mechanical precision creates a new landscape, constructed from lost evidence within an existing landscape. Recall in memory refers to the retrieval of events or information from the past. Along with encoding and storage, it is one of the three core processes of memory. Memory is recollection of events, the ability of the mind or of an individual or organism to retain learned information and knowledge of past events and experiences and to retrieve it. Traces are signs that remain to show the former presence of a thing no longer there.
Shuli Sadé, New York based multi-disciplinary artist, works across a range of mediums: Photography, Video, Drawings, Sculpture Installation and Augmented Reality and creates large scale Public Art projects. Sadé has taught and lectured at the University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture, Parsons School of Design, Columbia University’s Barnard College, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design School of Architecture.
Sadé has received the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, (2014), a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship (1991), New York Foundation for the Arts Emergency Grant (2001), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Fund, NY- Israel Cultural Cooperation Commission Grant, AICF study grant, NY Art Development Committee grants.
Her work is in numerous private and public collections. Her installation at the Neurobiology of Cognition Laboratory at NYU (2010–2012) was selected among Top 100 best art projects in Collaboration of Design and Art awards (CoD+A Top 100, 2013). Her work is represented by Galleria Ethra in Mexico City.