Fltr Albert Roskam, Ruth van Veenen and Richard Bottwin

Survey of a wall in Doppler

2013 Doppler

2013 Doppler

The exhibition title refered to the Doppler Effect, or the relativity of sound wave frequency in relation to an observer. Many of these works trigger a relational reaction, a synesthetic response or a wobbly eye. The chosen artists have created works that straddle an unmapped space where static objects move and shift, triggering simultaneous sensory readings. Originally developed to accompany STOP & GO 3_D, a stop-motion animation festival curated by Sarah Klein, Doppler Stop (the original iteration of the show) included 19 artists and traveled through Europe and Croatia in spring and summer 2012. DOPPLER features 22 artists living in the US and Europe.

Steven Baris, Philadelphia, US
Richard Bottwin, New York City, US
Edgar Diehl, Wiesbaden, DE
Kevin Finklea, Philadelphia, US
Brent Hallard, San Francisco, US
Jos' Heerkens, Zeeland, NL
Gilbert Hsiao, New York City, US
Gracia Khouw, Amsterdam, NL
Sarah Klein, San Francisco, US
Stephen Maine, New York City, US
Gay Outlaw, San Francisco, US
Mel Prest, San Francisco, US
Debra Ramsay, New York City, US
Albert Roskam, Leiden, NL and Paris, FR
Karen Schifano, New York City, US
Iemke van Dijk, Leiden, NL
Henriette van 't Hoog, Amsterdam, NL
Ruth van Veenen, Haarlem, NL
Don Voisine, New York City, US
Nancy White, Redwood City, US
Guido Winkler, Leiden, NL
Patricia Zarate, New York City, US

Organized by Mel Prest

Parallel Art Space, Brooklyn NY