P2V derives from “Physical-to-Virtual,” a technical term describing the transfer of a physical server’s data to a virtual machine. In context to this exhibition, physical and virtual elements are interchangeable and endless. Both artists investigate the variations and forms of creating work in space utilizing text, custom made and everyday objects.
This is the third in a tri-part series of exhibitions between SITE95 and Dimensions Variable. The first exhibition, Trombly Rodriguez: The Fabric of a Space, was held at the Abrons Arts Center October 12 – November 18, 2012. The second exhibition, Cut Outs: Jenny Brillhart and Carolyn Salas, was held at Dimensions Variable January 26 – March 21, 2013.
Antoine Lefebvre was born in France in 1979 and studied city planning and cinema before moving to New York in 2007. Lefebvre received his Masters in Fine Art at Parsons the New School for Design in 2009. His work has been shown in several New York institutions including: Eye Level Gallery, Envoy Gallery, and The Kitchen. Artist residencies include: The Fountainhead Residency, The Sculpture Space, NY, The Vermont Studio Center, and Artists Unlimited, Germany. His first solo show was held at the NrzP Gallery in Bielefeld, Germany in 2012.
P. Scott Cunningham
P. Scott Cunningham is the author of “Chapbook of Poems for Morton Feldman” (Floating Wolf Quarterly, 2011). His work has been exhibited at Bas Fisher Invitational, Design/Miami, Miami Art Museum, NDS Shop, Miami-Dade Public Library, and New Art Dealer’s Alliance Fair. His poetry has appeared in Harvard Review, The Awl, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Maggie, La Otra, and elsewhere. As the Founder/Director of University of Wynwood, he has created multiple projects that explore the relationship between literature and contemporary society. He lives in Miami, FL with Christina and Otto.