Christine Sciulli developed a site-specific installation for the Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche throughout the central church room. She formed semi-transparent, textile fabric over wire into an expansive sculpture, which she targeted with projections of graphical animations. The moving white lines meandered through the semi-transparent sculpture and changed their appearance depending on the projection ground. They created an infinite variety of images associated with clouds, water or fire.
In the installations and interventions of Christine Sciulli volume and movement, form and color are defined by the interplay of projected light and the material that echoes as well as by time and space. Her works illustrate how light becomes invisible when it does not meet anything that reflects it. She made this „on/off“ her main graphic material.
The luminous line has become an instrument of her artistic examination and artistic articulation. For several years she has been working on a series of site-specific interventions. She has developed organic sculptures made of textile materials, which were depending on the proportions and the visual relationships of the place. They use projections of white, animated lines, most recently circles. The interplay of the analog sculpture and the digital projection led to immersive light and space experiences.
New York (us) | ROIL | Christine Sciulli | 2016
2016 | New York (us), SMACK MELLON GALLERY
2015 | New York (us), BROOKLYN FIREPROOF
2013 | Fjellerup (dk), THOMSENS ISHUS
2012 | New York (us), AMAGANSETT NEOTERIC FINE ART
2010 | Solomons (md), ANNMARIE GARDENS
2006 | St. Petersburg (us), THE ARTS CENTER
1998 | New York (us), HUNTER COLLEGE
1995 | New York (us), HUNTER COLLEGE
1990 | Pennsylvania (us), PENN STATE UNIVERSITY, Bachelor of Architectural Engineering
Since 1999 | Continous exhibition activity, mainly in the United States