miguel abreu

OPEN TODAY! Mirror Cells presents an environment of new sculptures by five young artists whose work immerses viewers in strange invented worlds. 

Rochelle Goldberg (b. 1984), element from No Where, Now Here, 2016. Stainless steel, ceramic, wood, chia, and carpet, dimensions variable. Collection of the artist; courtesy Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York. Photograph by Genevieve Hanson

Tonight: Tehran-born, Brooklyn-based artist Raha Raissnia presents her film work followed by a Q&A. Raissnia’s work is the result of an iterative process: footage shot on Super-8, 16mm, digital, and even mobile phone is manipulated in the studio—projected onto paintings and screens, integrating found materials and additional imagery—and re-shot, yielding densely layered celluloid films. 


[Raha Raissnia. “Animism.” 2013. 16mm film, 35mm slides, and painting overlaid. Courtesy the artist and Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York]