[NetBehaviour] Alan Sondheim: The Drawing Un/Center/Ed (hi - please post, thanks!)

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Thu Jul 2 09:23:35 CEST 2009

Alan Sondheim: The Drawing Un/Center/Ed

An exhibition of graphics from 3d modeling transformations and other
sources at:

Millennium Gallery, 66 East 4th St., New York

June 20, 2009 - July 31, 2009, and probably September, 2009

Monday - Wednesday and Friday evenings 7-10:30 pm
Saturday 1-5 pm

"Each of the prints here is unique; each is the result of print, print
error, borderline and uncontrollable phenomena. Most of them originate
from work done with the aid of Poser and other 3d modeling programs. The
mannequins represent snapshots of distorted dynamic movement, movements
real bodies in real spaces could never do, unless constrained by torture,
dismemberment, fantasm, sexuality, or (other) uncomfortable elements
within the imaginary - bridging the real, ascending, descending. I see
every print as an entire world; if it doesn't work alone, it won't work in
conjunction. I also see them as ruins - of fragile-analogic bodies, of the
digital world, of memory. Ruins are fascinating; no matter how minimal,
there always seems to be enough there, never enough there, never there."

- Alan Sondheim, 6/16/09

"The word prolific always comes to mind when describing Alan Sondheim, who
has produced an unending, constantly changing array of media works, writ-
ings, and musical pieces; and has given innumerable workshops and lectures
around the world. He has been a regular participant in the Personal Cinema

- Howard Guttenplan

For further information, phone 212-673-0090 or email
cinema at millenniumfilm.org.

Please visit if you're in the neighborhood (4th Street between 2nd and 3rd

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