Photo by Maddie Cordoba
As video became formative to Warhol as a portraitist working from his own photographs, my protean patience maintains in the videographer who never left the room, still contemplating its subtleties and the phantom imprints of compressed time. The shutter moment exists in a fury of enabled light phenomenon, mediated by a scanner process that documents their attempt to keep pace with our always-agile facility. Somehow, the Venetian blind becomes wonderful and the jutted ceiling is a precarious foundation.
Natalie Tung (1994) was born and raised in Hong Kong. She is currently pursuing a B.F.A. at New York University with minors in Politics and Business, having shown regularly at the institution’s Commons and Rosenberg galleries. Tung has also interned extensively within the artistic sphere including Lombard Freid Gallery, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, artnet, and Christie’s.