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Muraling in Oulu

"Crystal Void" glowing at night.

#black #fairy #fairyorgan #papercut #sculpture #body #forest #magic #blackandwhite #cutpaper #performanceart #finland

#black #fairy #fairyorgan #papercut #sculpture #body #forest #magic #blackandwhite #cutpaper #performanceart #finland

#crystal void shining in the #night | #installation #fairyorgan #publicart #sculpture #ledlights #mirror #reflections #oulu #finland

#crystal void shining in the #night | #installation #fairyorgan #publicart #sculpture #ledlights #mirror #reflections #oulu #finland

I’m excited to participate in the annual Arts in Bushwick benefit at Storefront Ten Eyck gallery on May 5th!! Info here
bushwickbenefit:

Artist: Julia Sinelnikova
Reveal XII2013Hand cut acetate print, resin, plexiglass5 x 5 x 4.5
jsinelnikova.com

I’m excited to participate in the annual Arts in Bushwick benefit at Storefront Ten Eyck gallery on May 5th!! Info here

bushwickbenefit:

Artist: Julia Sinelnikova

Reveal XII
2013
Hand cut acetate print, resin, plexiglass
5 x 5 x 4.5

jsinelnikova.com

The Housing Landscape in Context: Gentrification and New Alternatives

artsinbushwick:

by Willow Goldstein

"One of the things that I think is very heartening [in the Rheingold negotiation] was that some of the strongest opponents, or people at least fighting hard for affordable housing, were some of the newer residents… and I think that’s a very positive thing that is important to note," said John Dereszewski at last Sunday’s AiB Panel on Affordable Housing. Conversations surrounding gentrification have taken place in different forums and venues across North Brooklyn for years, as the the myriad of contributing factors push new residents further East in a quest for affordable space. Arts in Bushwick initiated that conversation last Sunday, March 30, with the first of three panels on artist concerns. Panel organizer Sessa Englund, a Bushwick-based artist and curator, invited a refreshingly diverse panel of six community stakeholders, including Antonio Reynoso (NYC Councilmember representing the 34th district), Chloe Bass (Arts in Bushwick Co-Founder), Shawn Gallagher (active member of Placeholder), John Dereszewski (former District Manager of CB4 and Bushwick Historian), Kunal Gupta (Silent Barn), and Martin S. Needelman, Esq. (Housing Issues and Tenants Rights Specialist, Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation). The panel was moderated by Robin Grearson, a nonfiction writer and creative producer. Additionally, Arts in Bushwick prepared handouts on tenant rights, rent stabilization, and housing court.

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Left to right: Robin Grearson, Kunal Gupta, Chloe Bass, John Dereszewski,  Antonio Reynoso, Martin S. Needelman, and Shawn Gallagher.

John Dereszewski began the conversation with a history of Bushwick, outlining factors in the trajectory that leads neighborhoods, like Bushwick, to this tipping point. Attorney Martin S. Needleman informed on the workings of housing court, including the institutionally ingrained favoring of landlords, through the prominence of eviction courts, over courts designed to hear tenant complaints (the balance currently sits at 14 to 1). Coucilman Antonio Reynoso positioned local affordable housing efforts in context to the City of New York as a whole. Community member Kunal Gupta shared his experience running a DIY community art space that became politically active in the face of the Rheingold rezoning. A reminder came from artist Chloe Bass that discussions about affordable housing need to keep distinct populations in mind, that needs or means of one population are not the same as another. Community activist Shawn Gallagher provided an in-the-works example of how the needs of culturally distinct populations can be merged through obtaining commercial spaces for manufacturing purposes, which allows for artists to work and creates local jobs. Their collective backgrounds and experiences provided an excellent framework in which to have a conversation as complex as this, a conversation that breaches race, gender, and socio-economic status, in an attempt to discern exactly who is entitled to what in an evermore aggressive battle against displacement.

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"Crystal Void" at the Oulu train station in Finland.

"Crystal Void" is on display at the Oulu train station in Finland until April 26th! The installation is comprised of vinyl, holographic film, mylar, dichroic plexiglass, and copper LED lights.

The “Crystal Void” is unraveling 💎💎💎 #installation #sculpture #publicart #papercut #cutpaper #plexiglass #holographic #fairyorgan #art #oulu #finland

The “Crystal Void” is unraveling 💎💎💎 #installation #sculpture #publicart #papercut #cutpaper #plexiglass #holographic #fairyorgan #art #oulu #finland

The “Crystal Void” is unraveling ;) #installation #sculpture #publicart #papercut #cutpaper #plexiglass #holographic #art #oulu #finland

The “Crystal Void” is unraveling ;) #installation #sculpture #publicart #papercut #cutpaper #plexiglass #holographic #art #oulu #finland

Muraling in Oulu

"Crystal Void" glowing at night.

#black #fairy #fairyorgan #papercut #sculpture #body #forest #magic #blackandwhite #cutpaper #performanceart #finland

#black #fairy #fairyorgan #papercut #sculpture #body #forest #magic #blackandwhite #cutpaper #performanceart #finland

#crystal void shining in the #night | #installation #fairyorgan #publicart #sculpture #ledlights #mirror #reflections #oulu #finland

#crystal void shining in the #night | #installation #fairyorgan #publicart #sculpture #ledlights #mirror #reflections #oulu #finland

I’m excited to participate in the annual Arts in Bushwick benefit at Storefront Ten Eyck gallery on May 5th!! Info here
bushwickbenefit:

Artist: Julia Sinelnikova
Reveal XII2013Hand cut acetate print, resin, plexiglass5 x 5 x 4.5
jsinelnikova.com

I’m excited to participate in the annual Arts in Bushwick benefit at Storefront Ten Eyck gallery on May 5th!! Info here

bushwickbenefit:

Artist: Julia Sinelnikova

Reveal XII
2013
Hand cut acetate print, resin, plexiglass
5 x 5 x 4.5

jsinelnikova.com

The Housing Landscape in Context: Gentrification and New Alternatives

artsinbushwick:

by Willow Goldstein

"One of the things that I think is very heartening [in the Rheingold negotiation] was that some of the strongest opponents, or people at least fighting hard for affordable housing, were some of the newer residents… and I think that’s a very positive thing that is important to note," said John Dereszewski at last Sunday’s AiB Panel on Affordable Housing. Conversations surrounding gentrification have taken place in different forums and venues across North Brooklyn for years, as the the myriad of contributing factors push new residents further East in a quest for affordable space. Arts in Bushwick initiated that conversation last Sunday, March 30, with the first of three panels on artist concerns. Panel organizer Sessa Englund, a Bushwick-based artist and curator, invited a refreshingly diverse panel of six community stakeholders, including Antonio Reynoso (NYC Councilmember representing the 34th district), Chloe Bass (Arts in Bushwick Co-Founder), Shawn Gallagher (active member of Placeholder), John Dereszewski (former District Manager of CB4 and Bushwick Historian), Kunal Gupta (Silent Barn), and Martin S. Needelman, Esq. (Housing Issues and Tenants Rights Specialist, Brooklyn Legal Services Corporation). The panel was moderated by Robin Grearson, a nonfiction writer and creative producer. Additionally, Arts in Bushwick prepared handouts on tenant rights, rent stabilization, and housing court.

image

Left to right: Robin Grearson, Kunal Gupta, Chloe Bass, John Dereszewski,  Antonio Reynoso, Martin S. Needelman, and Shawn Gallagher.

John Dereszewski began the conversation with a history of Bushwick, outlining factors in the trajectory that leads neighborhoods, like Bushwick, to this tipping point. Attorney Martin S. Needleman informed on the workings of housing court, including the institutionally ingrained favoring of landlords, through the prominence of eviction courts, over courts designed to hear tenant complaints (the balance currently sits at 14 to 1). Coucilman Antonio Reynoso positioned local affordable housing efforts in context to the City of New York as a whole. Community member Kunal Gupta shared his experience running a DIY community art space that became politically active in the face of the Rheingold rezoning. A reminder came from artist Chloe Bass that discussions about affordable housing need to keep distinct populations in mind, that needs or means of one population are not the same as another. Community activist Shawn Gallagher provided an in-the-works example of how the needs of culturally distinct populations can be merged through obtaining commercial spaces for manufacturing purposes, which allows for artists to work and creates local jobs. Their collective backgrounds and experiences provided an excellent framework in which to have a conversation as complex as this, a conversation that breaches race, gender, and socio-economic status, in an attempt to discern exactly who is entitled to what in an evermore aggressive battle against displacement.

Read More

"Crystal Void" at the Oulu train station in Finland.

"Crystal Void" is on display at the Oulu train station in Finland until April 26th! The installation is comprised of vinyl, holographic film, mylar, dichroic plexiglass, and copper LED lights.

The “Crystal Void” is unraveling 💎💎💎 #installation #sculpture #publicart #papercut #cutpaper #plexiglass #holographic #fairyorgan #art #oulu #finland

The “Crystal Void” is unraveling 💎💎💎 #installation #sculpture #publicart #papercut #cutpaper #plexiglass #holographic #fairyorgan #art #oulu #finland

The “Crystal Void” is unraveling ;) #installation #sculpture #publicart #papercut #cutpaper #plexiglass #holographic #art #oulu #finland

The “Crystal Void” is unraveling ;) #installation #sculpture #publicart #papercut #cutpaper #plexiglass #holographic #art #oulu #finland

The Housing Landscape in Context: Gentrification and New Alternatives

About:

Julia Sinelnikova

I am an interdisciplinary visual artist, curator, and event organizer based in Brooklyn, New York.

View my portfolio at:

www.juliasinelnikova.com

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