Chernyshev, Dusk to Dusk

Aristarkh Chernyshev (Russian, 1968- ), "Knode," 2009; Internet-connected sculpture (plastic, LED), 40 h x 40 w (inches). One of the works in the CWAM's Fall 2016 exhibition, "Dusk to Dusk," Aristarkh Chernyshev's "Knode" twists news headlines into a constant flow of illegibility; headlines are recycled endlessly, and the glitz-blitz of the information era appears to feed on itself. (Selected from THE EKARD COLLECTION, Dusk to Dusk is toured by Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions, Pasadena, California.)

 

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