“Screens Series: Andro Eradze” continues the New Museum’s Screens Series, a platform for the presentation of new video works by emerging contemporary artists.
Andro Eradze, Scratched Glass (still), 2020, video, color, sound; 1:00 min. Courtesy the artist
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Working primarily in video, photography, and installation, Andro Eradze (b. 1993 Tbilisi, Georgia) focuses on the space between human and non-human perception. Eradze’s mesmerizing films are set to otherworldly soundtracks, and feature animals, plants, and other subjects from the natural world, which are often in tension with an unseen yet looming human presence. In focusing his lens on the space between the organic and the industrial or synthetic, Eradze reveals an interconnectedness between all things, and the responsibilities that humankind inevitably holds.
“Screens Series: Andro Eradze” is curated by Margot Norton, Allen and Lola Goldring Curator.
Andro Eradze lives and works in Tbilisi, Georgia. Recent solo exhibitions include “Mouth of Darkness,” Public Space, Tbilisi, Georgia (2020); “Ocean,” Patara Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia (2018); “My Silent Response is Your Blind Guide,” Artarea Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia (2017); and “Translated Without Title,” Popiashvili Gvaberidze Window Project, Tbilisi, Georgia (2017). His works have been shown in exhibitions and screenings including the 66th Short Film Festival, Oberhausen, Germany (2020); Kunsthalle Tbilisi, Georgia (2020); 68 Projects, Berlin, Germany (2019); Tbilisi Architecture Biennale, Georgia (2018); Tbilisi Photography and Multimedia Museum, Georgia (2018); Atelierfrankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany (2018); and Frankfurt Fotografie Forum, Germany (2018).