Adam Shulman: After Nature Had Drawn a Few Breaths

Faded gray and violet background with a single fallen leaf in the bottom left corner.
Image still from After Nature Had Drawn a Few Breaths (2021).
Snow covered tree branches outside while it is snowing.
Image still from After Nature Had Drawn a Few Breaths (2021).
Image still from After Nature Had Drawn a Few Breaths (2021). Image still from After Nature Had Drawn a Few Breaths (2021).

An illumination reflecting on the beauty of our natural and constructed worlds through erosive elemental forces that play cinematographer; light, partially reclaiming the walls of the Schwartz; and a naïve conversation with Nietzsche and Plato on the impermanence of knowledge and our shimmering world.

After Nature Had Drawn a Few Breaths is a projection shown on the outside of the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts by Adam Shulman (B.F.A. '23). The work is being projected on the North, East, and West exterior walls of the building.

This exhibition is funded by the Cornell Council for the Arts and the generous support of the Department of Performing and Media Arts.

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