Featured Artist: Ilana Halperin
Physical Geology (new landmass/fast time), 2009
Super 8 Film transfered to DVD; 3 minutes, 48 seconds
Ilana Halperin (b. 1973 in New York) received her MFA from the Glasgow School of Art in 2000. Solo exhibitions include, “Physical Geology (slow time)” at Artists Space (New York, 2009); “Physical Geology” at the Manchester Museum, Alchemy Project (Manchester, 2008); “Towards Heilprin Land” at Doggerfisher (Edinburgh, 2007); and “Infinite Orogeny” (with Adam Putnam) at Studio Visconti (Milan, 2007). Halperin has participated in exhibitions at Compton Verney (Warwickshire, UK, 2010); Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (Rotterdam, 2010); and the Talbot Rice Gallery (Edinburgh, 2009); Halperin is the recipient of numerous awards including a British Council Darwin Now Award (2009) and a Scottish Arts Council Artists Award (2006).