Weather has been nice by Andrea Wolf

Tuesday 12 Jun
 – Monday 06 Aug, 2018

Andrea Wolf fills the Skybridge Project Space with abstracted landscapes, locations, and memories.


'Weather has been nice' is a series of generative videos in which vintage found postcards are slowly broken down into their basic elements. A pixel sorting algorithm manipulates the postcards, lunging them into movement, and generating a dynamic glitch that slowly decomposes into the dominant colors. The custom-made application triggers a transformation, creating a system where the elements are continuously regenerating and composing new images. For this installation, ten sound artists and musicians have created soundscapes using recordings of the messages written in the postcards. The decomposing images and text highlight the links between landscape, identity, and memory. Over time, descriptions tend to replace experiences, and memory and perception transform landscapes into stories.


Andrea Wolf is a Chilean-born interdisciplinary artist living and working in New York. She creates multimedia installations and video sculptures that explore the relationship between personal memory and cultural practices of remembering. Andrea holds Master's degrees in Documentary Filmmaking from Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, in Digital Arts from Universitat Pompeu Fabra, and from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU. She was a fellow at the AIM Program at the Bronx Museum in 2013, an artist in residence at the IFP New York Media Center in 2015, and a member at NEW INC, the New Museum’s incubator program from 2015 to 2017. Andrea has shown her work and given lectures and workshops widely in New York and internationally.

Weather has been nice by Andrea Wolf