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Jeffrey Blondes (American, b.1956) creates long format, high-definition videos that examine landscape and time. Over the course of a day, or up to a year, Blondes records the subtlety of nature – presenting viewers with isolated rural environments, where time slows to a pace rarely felt in a frenetic urban-centric world. Past exhibitions of his work include the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris, France; Metivier Gallery, Toronto, Canada; Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland; Hackett-Freedman Gallery, San Francisco, CA; The Fine Art Society, London, UK; Reeves Contemporary, New York, NY; Alan Cristea, London, UK; Gallerie Kita, Lille, France; and Sala Perez, Barcelona, Spain; among others.
Adriana Salazar (Colombian, b.1980) works as a visual artist, fashion designer and philosophy researcher. Her work explores gestures and human behavior. She has exhibited at Mexico City Museum, Mexico; PAN Palazzo delle Arti, Naples, Italy; Korea Cultural Center, Seoul, Korea; Palacio Linares, Casa de America, Madrid, Spain; El Museo Gallery, Bogotá, Colombia; Cermodern, Ankara, Turkey; among others. She held artist residencies at Akiyoshidai International Art Village, Yamaguchi, Japan; Nordic Artist’s Center, Dale, Norway; and Galeria Vermelho, Sao Paulo, Brazil. In 2006, she founded La Ropería, a fashion design store that features creations of 30 local designers. She also designs clothes for her own brand. Salazar holds an MFA, with Honors, from the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University of Bogotá, Colombia and a magna cum laude post-graduate degree in Philosophy, from the Javeriana University of Bogotá, Colombia. She lives and works in Bogotá, Colombia.
Marina Zurkow (American, b.1962) makes psychological, animated works about humans and their relationship to animals, plants and the weather. These have taken the form of multi-channel videos, customized multi-screen computer pieces, cartoons, and participatory temporary public art works. Since 2000, Zurkow has exhibited at The Sundance Film Festival, The Rotterdam Film Festival, The Seoul Media City Biennial, Ars Electronica, Creative Time, The Kitchen, The Walker Art Center, The National Museum for Women in the Arts, and Eyebeam, and other venues. She is a 2011 Guggenheim Fellow, and has been a NYFA Fellow, a Rockefeller New Media Fellow, and a Creative Capital grantee. Zurkow is on faculty at NYU’s Interactive Technology Program (ITP), and lives in Brooklyn, New York.