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Up Demon Hill.

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Los Angeles-based artist Julian Hoeber has created an installation that defies physics. His first exhibit in New York, DH#2 (Demon Hill #2) is a variation on the first Demon Hill; an installation that manipulates “gravitational mystery spots”. The whole experience makes you feel like a background dancer in the “Smooth Criminal” video.

“Hoeber works in a variety of media- sculpture, painting, drawing, photography and installation- to produce an intuitive balance between emotion and rationality. Hoeber uses art history as a structure and establishes sets of rules for working, but creates new narratives by destroying, sometimes violently, the framework he created.”

- Harris Lieberman.

The opening reception took place Sept 6th and the installation will run October 20th 2012. If you are in the city, head down to Harris Lieberman Gallery and begin your trek up Demon Hill. Read more →here←.

Courtesy of Harris Lieberman Gallery.

Courtesy of Harris Lieberman Gallery.

Courtesy of Harris Lieberman Gallery.

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