Exhibition, Press&PR

Andrew Zuckerman ‘Cycle, Emergence, Variance, Flight’

‘Cycle, Emergence, Variance, Flight’ by Andrew Zuckerman for Dries Van Noten until 19/07 at ING Bank Metropool in Antwerp, Photo: Monica Ho

‘Cycle, Emergence, Variance, Flight’ by Andrew Zuckerman for Dries Van Noten until 19/07 at ING Bank Metropool in Antwerp, Photo: Monica Ho

‘Cycle, Emergence, Variance, Flight’ by Andrew Zuckerman for Dries Van Noten until 19/07 at ING Bank Metropool in Antwerp, Photo: Monica Ho

‘Cycle, Emergence, Variance, Flight’ by Andrew Zuckerman for Dries Van Noten until 19/07 at ING Bank Metropool in Antwerp, Photo: Monica Ho

On the occasion of the exhibition ‘Dries Van Noten. Inspirations’, an installation with 4 films inspired by nature by American filmmaker and photographer Andrew Zuckerman is on view at the monumental hall of ING Bank ‘Metropool’ in Antwerp.

‘Cycle, Emergence, Variance, Flight’ by Andrew Zuckerman for Dries Van Noten until 19/07 at ING Bank Metropool in Antwerp, Photo: Monica Ho

‘Cycle, Emergence, Variance, Flight’ by Andrew Zuckerman for Dries Van Noten until 19/07 at ING Bank Metropool in Antwerp, Photo: Monica Ho

Inspired by nature and by playing with the compression and expansion of time and movements, Zuckerman has found new ways to connect the viewer with its surroundings. The speed of four short movies exhibited of flowers in bloom and decay, a two week transformation of a swallowtail and the movement of an eagle has been decreased by 1/600e and conceives a clear image of the temporary changes in the nature. The collection allows the viewers to experience the ecological landscapes.

One of these videos also features in the expo at MoMu itself: ‘Cycle’, see below perfectly complements the mural of the ‘Flower Garden’ installation specially commissioned  by Japanse artist Makoto Azuma.

CYCLE from CHAPEAU FX on Vimeo.

The installation ‘Cycle, Emergence, Variance, Flight’ can be viewed in the hall of the ING Bank, Office Metropool, Lange Gasthuisstraat 20, BE-2000 Antwerp from Monday-Friday, 9am to 4pm, (free entrance).