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On Monday the 16th, The Knockturnal attended a private one night only exhibition by photographer Michael Jurick at the ultra luxurious venue The Glasshouses.
The exhibition, titled Infrared, features a series of photographs from Jurick that showcases natural moments revealed through infrared photography. This one night only event was a collaboration with The Chosen Few – an elite collection of artists and designers in the event space. 6 of the photographs on display were complimented by artists from the collective to create a unique multimedia presentation.
The night featured enough rose to fill a swimming pool and tasty bites such as truffle grilled cheese, spinach/artichoke dip, and shrimp skewers. There was also a live cover band and of course stunning floor to ceiling views of the Hudson river – I mean with a name like The Glasshouses would you expect anything less?
We chatted with Michael about the exhibition:
The Knockturnal: So tell us a bit more about this particular exhibit
Jurick: Sure over the past 4 years I’ve been collecting a body of work of my travels to Wyoming, Montana, Albania, Israel and in my backyard here in NY. So if you look at my photographs I capture all my photographs in infrared – I remove the censor from the regular digital DSLR and replace it with an infrared censor so it renders black – the whites turn sheer white and it creates an alluring quality about them that’s sort of hyper real.
The Knockturnal: And how did you choose the locations where you shot?
Jurick: Those are bucket list places. Albania for example was recently turned democratic, it was under dictatorship for years and its drop dead gorgeous. Its affordable and insanely historical.
For more on Juric’s photography head to: http://michaeljurick.com
And check out The Chosen Few at: http://hrkchosenfew.com
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