Editors' note: Nicole Antebi will screen an original animation entitled "Riparianism" at UNY's 5th Anniversary Celebration and Benefit. Join us on October 15th - tickets and more info here.
I've been collecting horse bones at Dead Horse Bay for several months now, re-imagining the edges as Southern California cliffs holding up Mid-Century modernist houses.
Nicole Antebi considers herself a student of animistic thinking and landscape. She works in non-fiction animation, motion graphics, installation while simultaneously connecting and creating opportunities for other artists through larger curatorial and editorial projects such as Water, CA and The Winter Shack. Her work has been shown in many places including High Desert Test Sites, The Manhattan Bridge Anchorage, Teeny Cine’s converted trailer, Portable Forest, a Texas Grain Silo and in the cabin of a capsized ship at Machine Project, Los Angeles.