Court Tree Collective Presents: Lost by Axel Schmidt

51 35th Street, Building #5, 2nd floor, suite B236

Court Tree Collective presents Lost by environmental photographer Axel Schmidt. In the series Lost, both the image and audio are taken at the exact same instance, capturing both fleeting elements in time. Installed in the streets, Lost challenges the... more

Court Tree Collective presents Lost by environmental photographer Axel Schmidt. In the series Lost, both the image and audio are taken at the exact same instance, capturing both fleeting elements in time. Installed in the streets, Lost challenges the viewer to get back into nature. Join us on Thursday March 18th for the opening evening at Industry City. The exhibition will run through May 20th 2021. Find gallery hours and the official press release on our website. Axel Schmidt was born in Essen, Germany in 1962. He studied at the Fachhochschule Bielefeld under Karl Martin Holzhäuser and Gottfried Jäger. In addition to his artistic work, he works as an advertising and architecture photographer. In 2018, he was honored with the illustrated book "Pilze, Eine Gallerie" which was selected as one of the 25 most beautiful German books by the Buchkunst Foundation Frankfurt. In his series Lost, the subjects are fleeting and barely recognizable. The intention is to create space within our memories to allow our own voyeuristic experience to take shape. The accompanied soundscapes are recorded directly from the scenes in the picture. This serves as the only clue to the viewer experienc... more

Court Tree Collective presents Lost by environmental photographer Axel Schmidt. In the series Lost, both the image and audio are taken at the exact same instance, capturing both fleeting elements in time. Installed in the streets, Lost challenges the viewer to get back into nature.

Join us on Thursday March 18th for the opening evening at Industry City. The exhibition will run through May 20th 2021. Find gallery hours and the official press release on our website.

Axel Schmidt was born in Essen, Germany in 1962. He studied at the Fachhochschule Bielefeld under Karl Martin Holzhäuser and Gottfried Jäger. In addition to his artistic work, he works as an advertising and architecture photographer. In 2018, he was honored with the illustrated book "Pilze, Eine Gallerie" which was selected as one of the 25 most beautiful German books by the Buchkunst Foundation Frankfurt.
In his series Lost, the subjects are fleeting and barely recognizable. The intention is to create space within our memories to allow our own voyeuristic experience to take shape. The accompanied soundscapes are recorded directly from the scenes in the picture. This serves as the only clue to the viewer experience. The combination creates an imaginary journey into the past. These exact moments are fleeting.

He currently lives and works near Düsseldorf and in Switzerland.


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Court Tree Collective Presents: Lost by Axel Schmidt

Fri, April 23
12:00AM
$
Free
Sat, April 24
12:00AM
$
Free
Fri, April 30
12:00AM
$
Free
Sat, May 01
12:00AM
$
Free
Fri, May 07
12:00AM
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Free
Sat, May 08
12:00AM
$
Free
Fri, May 14
12:00AM
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Free
Sat, May 15
12:00AM
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Free

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51 35th Street, Building #5, 2nd floor, suite B236
New York, NY
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Schedule

April 23, Friday 12:00AM
April 24, Saturday 12:00AM
April 30, Friday 12:00AM
May 1, Saturday 12:00AM
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Admission

Free

Category

Arts

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