New York City, NY
Projects 102, part of The Elaine Dannheisser Projects Series, is the first solo New York museum exhibition of the work of emerging artist Neïl Beloufa (Algerian-French, born 1985), who combines moving-image mediums and sculpture to create immersive viewing spaces.
Within these environments, he treats projections as objects, obstructing and consciously framing the spectator’s viewing experience. By revealing the cables and cords in his works, or looping in images of viewers through closed-circuit television, for example, the installation draws attention to the technological and social apparatuses embedded within it.
Credit: Exhibition Overview from the MOMA website