80 Washington Square East, NYU

Edits and Projections

October 18 – December 1, 2018

at 80 Washington Square East

Edits and Projections, an exhibition made by Rhea Anastas, Louise Lawler, and Robert Snowden, is on view nightly from Wednesday – Saturday, 5–9 pm.

Commissioned by Nicola Lees., 80WSE 

Shot from outside of a red brick building, a large projection can be seen on the wall through the window.
A large floor-to-ceiling projection on a white wall.
A small framed drawing is on a white wall next to a window. The reflection of a wall projection can be seen in the window.
Shot from a room filled with red light, a window can be seen in the distance with the reflection of a wall projection visible in it.
In a room filled with red light, there is a print on the wall showing the image of two artworks hanging on wall, taken from an oblique angle.
A square print hangs on a wall lit with red light next to a hallway leading to a white room.
A large floor-to-ceiling projection of a face on a book cover. The projected image is stretched horizontally.
A tiny image is mounted in a matted frame in the center of a large white wall.
A tiny image mounted on a matted frame. A projection of a face on a book cover can be seen in the reflection of the frame.
Shot from outside of a red brick building, a large projection can be seen on the wall through the window.
Photographs by Carter Seddon