“Persistent Visions” is a techspressionistically-submerged immersion of emotion, motioning expressions of time immemorial. Moving slowly at first with almost lowing sounds, the subtle colors flow like falling mist across a moody sky, then enter into a vortex of spacial unknowns. Fusing physical and digital, angelic figures emerge beckoning us to experience their musings of beyond, to sense the music, and the turbulent explosion of forms.
Aleph-Null draws upon telepathic information perceived from the divine, spontaneity, intuition, and meditation. With energy and light forming matter as infinitesimal elements, anthropogenic dust particles, the sources that have shaped our universe, Aleph-Null expresses our oneness with nature.
I have circled over the Nazca lines and explored deep sea diving… Glyphs represents my fascination with geoglyphs, petroglyphs, seaglyphs and acknowledgement that our planet was once covered in water. I dissolved many images reflecting upon the massive emergence of land from the sea and “Glyphs” is one.
Nina Sobell, an electronic medium pioneered video, Brain-Computer Interfaces, Internet performance. In collection or shown: DIA, ZKM, ARS, List MIT, Getty, ICA, Whitechapel, the Whitney, LBMA, CAM Houston, Beuys’ FIU Doc 6, Louisiana MoMA, Denmark, Kunst Forum, Hammer, Zwirner, Banff, Kramlich, in shows curated by Lacy, McCarthy, Viola. Received CAPS, NEA, NYSCA, NYFA, Franklin Furnace, Turbulence, Acker Award Video, taught SVA, UCLA, NYU residencies, Rockefeller nominee. BFA Tyler, MFA Cornell