Features: Matthias Brown, Jared Hoffman, and Shuli Sadé
Join artists Matthias Brown, Jared Hoffman, and Shuli Sadé for the first installment of the Features series. The ongoing program highlights Decentralized artists, allowing guests an inside look into their practice and giving the artists an opportunity to show their work in a curated space.
Brown, Hoffman, and Sadé’s practices implement new media while still referencing the past in a unique way. The artists will present their work through a conversation with Eden Halperin, touching upon process, material, and memory. A reception with refreshments will accompany the talk.
Though known for his black and white animations, Matthias Brown works in many different media. His work visually demonstrates the process by which it was created. Brown holds a BFA in graphic design, which informs the stripped down forms in his work.
Jared Hoffman is an artist and technologist who uses bold color in a range of media, including painting, installation, video, and lenticular printing. With a degree in information science from Cornell University, Jared is interested in how technology is reshaping spirituality and ethical boundaries.
Shuli Sadé is a multi-disciplinary artist who works across a range of media including photography, video, drawing, sculpture, installation, and augmented reality. Many of her recent works are commissioned public projects. Sadé has taught and lectured at Barnard College, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Parsons School of Design, and the University of Pennsylvania.
- Jared Hoffman, "Choco Taco," 2019. Lenticular print on acrylic wall mount. Courtesy of the artist. $500
- Shuli Sadé, "Metro Cryptograms #6," 2014. Digital prints on Duratrans, LED, light boxes. Courtesy of the artist. $9,000
- Matthias Brown, "glitchStich04," 2018. Cotton fabric, embroidery thread. Courtesy of the artist. $500