The New Yorker Features SAIC Alum’s Recent Work
The New Yorker online features Assaf Evron’s (MFA 2013) photographic series “Visual Pyramid After Alberti” in which Evron uses Kinect as an infrared camera to capture the grid’s points of lights and shadow as they fall over abstract still lifes. These photographs comprise part of Evron’s current solo exhibition, The sea was smooth, perfectly mirroring the sky, at Andrea Meislin Gallery in New York. The exhibition runs through April 25.
Image from slideshow in article
Courtesy of the artist and Andrea Meislin Gallery