Nicole Cohen

Teaneck, New Jersey

The Invention of Prosecco

"The Invention of Prosecco" is a photograph from a Medici Italian Palace with animated bubbles that form an ancient vase. A vase can represent an immersive world, or the technology that surrounds us that we have created. It can also be a symbol of a nourishing maternal symbol. As the vase holds things inside like water or a variety of elements with textures. In this video still, the vase is complete and is large in the room showing the meaning as the bubbles levitate in though the back door and windows to the ceiling. As the bubbles move in through the space they take form into this ancient vase. The work shows conception of air, water, and prosecco moving to show a fluid and liquid history of the interior space and a poetic interpretation of consumption and emergence with the atmospheric perspective. This is a poetic interpretation of show space and form work to create new sensibilities and perhaps, a cultural phenomenon.

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