Texts by Anthony Huberman, Elena Filipovic, Melanie Gilligan, Marc von Schlegell
Sam Lewitt’s new work consists of oversized custom flexible heating circuits, used for environmental regulation in the sealed environments of equipment as diverse as medical equipment and food trays, in satalites and chemical vats. The heating circuits in ‘More Heat Than Light’ are several times their conventional size, scaled-up and designed to draw their power and maximize the energy resources of the electrical circuits allotted for lighting within the sites they are inserted into. Energy allotted for stable artificial light is converted in this work into diffuse uneven warmth.
This book is conceived as a stand-alone object utilizing these images as well as research material relating to the work. On one hand, it picks-up the structure of a log of core temperatures of the sort compiled for analysis by the logistics and distribution industry. On the other hand, its format and layout utilize a two-color gradient printing process that interrupts the logical, spatial organization of the gridded screen-shots.
Sam Lewitt (born 1981) is an American artist living and working in New York City. His work was included in the 2012 edition of the Whitney Biennial. He is represented by the Miguel Abreu gallery in New York City and Galerie Buchholz in Cologne and Berlin.
- Sam Lewitt - More Heat Than Light
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