Emmalea Russo is a multidisciplinary writer and artist living in Brooklyn. Using language, sculpture, and photography, she explores edge spaces in physical environments and human consciousness. She is the author of several chapbooks, most recently Eternal Apprentice, a collaboration with Michael Newton (DoubleCross Press, 2016) and an artist book entitled they (Gauss PDF, 2014). Her iterative slide presentation, Units of Plexiglass, an edit, has been shown at Poets House, Ugly Duckling Presse, and Flying Object. She writes for Artcritical and is a member of the Ugly Duckling Presse editorial collective.

Edge Edit Mode:
In the edge edit mode, the portion of the window that normally displays the scene hierarchy is used to display the edges of the shape being edited as a list. Items in the list can be selected with the mouse as for objects in the hierarchy window. (coppeliarobotics.com)

Author’s Note:
In this first installment of EDGE EDIT MODE, I made a provisional environment detailing edges and thought processes in installation and writing. I’d like to activate spaces wherein hierarchy between the edges of the shape being edited and the objects in the hierarchy are mutable.

Acetate, 3 pieces; Frames, 24; Inkjet prints, 18; Paper, blue folded fragments; Paper, with notes and sharpie; Recycled cotton moving blankets, 3


Edge Edit Mode (Activation 1)

April 17–May 14, 2016
Open for viewing during Open Hours and events, and by appointment
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