We partnered with Gibson + Recoder for a limited pop up art installation titled “Obscurus Projectum” on display at the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum from Thursday September 23rd to Saturday September 25th. Due to its success, “Obscurus Projectum” will now be exhibited until Spring 2022!
Thank you for supporting Gibson + Recoder and the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum!
ABOUT Obscurus Projectum
They make real space for our bodies rather than a virtual space we cannot inhabit. They are part of the physical world we live in. Analog and digital media both make images, of course, but the former also appeals to our tactile sense, and thus answers our desire for physical connection with our world and with those objects and other bodies with whom we share our rooms.” — Jonathan Walley
COME SEE Obscurus Projectum. EACH VISIT WILL BE A NEW EXPERIENCE AS THE INSTALLATION CHANGES WITH DAYLIGHT AND WEATHER. GET TICKETS HERE.
About the Artists
Collaborating artists Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder have been exhibiting their expanded cinema installations and projection performances since 2000. Living and working in New York, Gibson + Recoder have exhibited their celebrated expanded cinema performances and installations at the Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf, M HKA, Serralves Foundation, EYE Film Museum, REDCAT, Mad. Sq. Art, and Ballroom Marfa. Their works are in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, and Memorial Art Gallery.