Swedish Artist Nathalie Djurberg Unveils Eerie Exhibit at The Whitney
Things get a little creepy at The Whitney where Nathalie Djurberg's new exhibit The Parade is now on display. The installation, which finds its imagery somewhere between Alfred Hitchcock and Tim Burton, features an ensemble of bird sculptures made up of wire, clay and fabric. While the congregation of the birds have an oddly unsettling vibe in their off-kilter expressions, this uneasy feeling is enhanced by five claymation short films which will be projected on the walls, all which dramatize humanity's primal urges. The installation will also be accompanied by an ominous soundtrack by Berlin electro producer Hans Berg. All of these elements together make for an exhibition that is equal parts repelling and compelling so do check it out — just bring a friend with you.
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