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RAPHAELE

SHIRLEY

 

 

 

Raphaele Shirley, a French born artist who moved to New York City in 1993, creates immersive  installations that incorporate neon, sound and lazers to manifest an intangible presence. Shirley’s work engages the viewer in contemplations of totality, the oscillation of time in infinite space. Her practice ranges from sound and light art, collaborative pieces and performances, social interventions and other public works.

 

SELETCTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2017

12.6 Lyrae The Chimney, New York

 

2010

0910 Light Shots, Chelsea Art Museum, New York

Arctic Lights, Dorfman Projects, New York

 

2009

Jewels of Kvinesdal, Kvinesdal, Norway

 

2008

Sunken City, Marc de Puechredon Gallery, Basel, Switzerland

Sunken City Episode II, Emily Harvey Foundation, New York, NY

 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2017

Free City, Public Art installation for The Flint Public Art Project, Flint, Michigan

 

2016

Chance Ecologies, Queens Museum

 

2015

The Luminous Surface, Salisbury University, Maryland, USA

 

2014

Magnetic North: Artists of The Arctic Circle, UBS Art Gallery, New York, NY

 

2013

Sandnes 2160, Museum of Moving Image, New York

Free City, Public At installation for The Flint Public Art Project, Flint, Michigan  

 

2009

[PAM] Cyland Festival, Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

2008

Drift, National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia

 

2007

Video Art in The Age of the Internet, Chelsea Art Museum,  New York, NY

Video As Urban Condition, Museum of Modern Art Linz, Linz, Austria

 

 

4 And 8 Double, 2015, Neon, paint, and wood, 96 in diameter, 243.8 cm diameter

Mother Tree Pink Smoke