CASCADE is a dramatic weather system that gradually fills the New Museum in New York City, swirling inside of its walls, dematerializing the interior of the building.
Filmed inside of an 11' high scale model of the museum over 8 hours, CASCADE was projected on the entire 174' façade of the museum on May 7th, 2011 as a part of "Let Us Make Cake," sponsored by Nuit Blanche New York.
This project is particularly exciting to me because my work is all about transforming the interior of a familiar museum or gallery, blurring the boundaries between interior and exterior space. To be able to do that on this scale is truly enormous for me as an artist.
Participants ranged from established artists such as Vito Acconci, Jon Kessler and Marilyn Minter, to emerging artists such as SOFTlab, Chris Jordan, Mia Pearlman, Dustin Yellin and Brooklyn-based street artists.