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Laleh Khorramian opening reception at Nicole Klagsburn, December 8

6 Dec 2011

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Laleh Khorramian, Water Panics in the Sea, Vintage Wind (film still), 2011

Great friend and Ballroom alum Laleh Khorramian — whose work was featured in both Immaterial and our project with the High Line, Atom Fables — will showcase her latest video, Water Panics in the Sea, in an exhibition at the Nicole Klagsburn Gallery, which runs from 8 December through 4 February 2012

The video is the fourth chapter in an ongoing cycle of animations inspired by the elements of Earth, Air, Fire, Water, and Ether, and includes a soundtrack produced by Khorramian and Shahzad Ismaily (who also worked on Atom Fables, and will be coming to Marfa at the end of the month to score a silent film for us)

The show opens this Thursday, with a reception from 6 to 8 pm, at 534 W

24th Street in New York — check it out if you’re in New York!

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