CARLO VAN DE ROER / vanderoer.com
Carlo Van de Roer is an artist living and working in New York. While at NEW INC, Van de Roer will be working on The Satellite project, expanding on his interest in the relationship between imaging technologies and representation. Using a high-speed cinema camera to arrest a moment of time, this project creates the ability to move light sources around in real-time within that frozen world. The movement of objects and the movement of light sources are controlled as independent variables, confusing the representation of time and space. Together with Matias Corea and Stuart Rutherfod, Van de Roer formed Satellite Lab to develop the technology that makes this process possible.
Van de Roer’s work has been exhibited in the United States, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Spain, and France, and at venues such as M+B Gallery, Los Angeles; Suite Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand; the Cleveland Museum of Art; the Haggerty Museum of Art, Marquette University, Milwaukee; Hyères Photography Festival; the Paris Photo Prize; and the MUSAC Museum of Contemporary Art, Léon, Spain. His work has drawn notice from the New York Times, the New Yorker, Interview magazine,Vogue, Wired, and NPR.
Film / Art
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