SEVEN: in the lobby of Times Square Building, formerly home of the New York Times newspaper, New York, NY. Opening 2010, by Artist Elinor Milchan. SEVEN is a permanent multi-screen video installation on LED screens that celebrates light and the seven colors of the visible spectrum.
“Because…” 20th Century Fox Studios, Los-Angeles, CA. October-April 2008-2009, by Artist Elinor Milchan. Production Manager: Tamara Devrient. Sponsored by NewsCorp/20th Century Fox. Three large backlit photographs (10x10 feet), integrated into the space, that turn the entrance of FOX building 103, into a visual and emotional journey. The installation is completed by a spontaneous and interactive invitation from the artist to the viewers to share thoughts on a handwritten wall using pencils and sharpies laid out for the public.
52rd Venice Biennale, "Divine In Tent”. Venice, Italy & Documenta, Kasel, Germany, 2007 - Markers VI - designed for the Venice Biennial and Documenta Kassel in 2007, elaborates further on the notion of the temporary gathering and spiritual manifestations.
Loft 36 - "Ecologus Perspectives on an Imperiled Habitat" (-An Alternative construction site), New York, NY. 2007. An environmental exhibition, Ecologus, dedicated to global warming and the environmental concerns that threaten the planet. Artists: Malin Abrahamsson, Jung Hee Choi, Yehudit Feinstein, Bora Kim, Kika Karadi, Ziva Kronzon, Margalit Mannor, Lindsey Nobel, Rina Peleg, Lili Sheer.
LightLands: Times Square, New York, NY. November December 2006, by Artist Elinor Milchan. Production Manager: Tamara Devrient. Sponsored by Chase, MTV, and BCRE-US. LightLands, a public video installation in Times Square on the LED screens of MTV and JPMorgan Chase. LightLands, a meditative video montage of abstract photographs of ethereal light movement, worked as an absolute counterpoint to the external sensory overload of the urban landscape.
T-Squared: Los-Angeles, CA. June 2006, collaborative work by Elinor Milchan. Production Manager: Tamara Devrient. Sponsored by JPMorgan. Forking Paths, an architectural video intervention from the TSquared project series. The video project is composed of multiple panels of motion offering a vision of the endless possibilities of time, displayed at the opening of Photo LA, 2006.
T-Squared: New York, NY. June 2006, collaborative work by Elinor Milchan. Production Manager: Tamara Devrient. Sponsored by JP Morgan. Originally conceived as a public art project for Times Square, the TSquared Project is an Architectural Video Intervention which wraps large-scale video projections onto existing architectural structures altering our perception of time, space and our environment. The “T2 Project”, offers a vision of divergent, convergent and parallel times, which approach one another, forking and breaking off and hence “embracing all possibilities of time”.
T-Squared: New York, NY. March 2006, collaborative work by Elinor Milchan. Production Manager: Tamara Devrient. Sponsored by UBS. TSquared, an architectural video intervention. The video project, composed of multiple panels of motion, began on the outside window of a New York building entrance, and invited the viewer inside to a multi piece labyrinth of time.
51st Venice Biennale, Venice Italy Poles Together/ Poles Apart, 2005. An outdoor installation of 101 artists displayed on the wooden poles along Venice’s waterways. The project converted these myriad poles into art creations on the water by sheathing them in images and textures making each a unique piece of art without damage to the original pole. Locations: Naval museum (adjacent to the Arsenale which holds the Biennale main exhibit), Handicraft shops, Grand Canal, Venice Central Train Station and the Venice Marco Polo Airport.