Starting June 1, the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers features an exceptional, four-channel video installation depicting the ever-changing movement and majesty of the Hudson River. Painter Ellen Kozak (American, b. 1955) and composer Scott D. Miller (American, b. 1956), call the exhibit riverthatflowsbothways, which is a translation from the native Lenape name for the Hudson River.
Kozak and Miller– both accomplished artists with impressive credits — combine three different video images that change continuously with one audio score that uses a string ensemble. While Miller draws upon the history of American music, Kozak’s video connects to both contemporary and historical traditions. Her striking images also underscore our connection with the natural world and the ecology of the river.
For more information about the museum, the artists, and the exhibit, click here.
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Yonkers, NY 10701
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