Monumental sculpture by Andrea Stanislav that looks like a crystal formation with a holographic skin that creates the illusion that the sculpture is undulating and shifting as the viewer moves around it; commissioned by the Minnesota Museum of American Art
Andrea Stanislav, Broken Obelisks, Refractive, dichroic film, foam core, wood, steel, interactive 5.1 sound, 10 x 12 x 16 feet (Commissioned by the Minnesota Museum of American Art)
Andrea Stanislav solo exhibition at Saint Louis Art Museum, this immersive body of sculpture, drone video and sound work explores the natural and social histories of Cahokia Mounds, and the city of St. Louis with a fragment of Gateway Arch, a bald eagle on top, a chromed plated horse skull suspended over a sealed acrylic box containing twelve gallons of Mississippi and Missouri River water
Andrea Stanislav, Convergence Infinité, 14 x 40 x 50 feet, Mirror polished stainless steel, dichroic film, bald eagle taxidermy mount, chrome plated horse skull, acrylic box containing Mississippi and Missouri River waters, mirrored glass, archival inkjet prints on mirror polished stainless steel, and four channel HD drone footage video projection (Solo exhibition at Saint Louis Art Museum)
Garden of Mirrors by Andrea Stanislav at the Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota is a site appropriate sculptural positioned on the east bank of the Mississippi River. Two taconite sculptures have polished stone surfaces and two taconite sculptures have mirror polished stainless steel surfaces reflecting the viewer, the riverscape, and the city skyline in an infinity space
Andrea Stanislav, Garden of Mirrors, Taconite rock and mirror polished stainless steel, 6 x 30 x 30 feet and 6 x 20 x 30 feet, gross weight 70 tons (Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, MN)
An inverted sculpture of the Burj Khalifa hand-made from over a mile of 3M reflective tape bejeweled with rhinestones by Andrea Stanislav. The sculpture fills a 4 story atrium and overhung a multi mirrored reflector made of mirror polished steel and sandstone
Andrea Stanislav, Half a Generation, Mixed media, mirror polished steel, sandstone, two channel video, 30 x 10 x 10 feet (McKnight Fellows Exhibition, Minneapolis College Art and Desert, Minneapolis, MN)
Surmatants - Mars Rising by Andrea Stanislav at  the Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art is an art installation with spinning inverted white horse with shimmering silver curtains and black and white striped floor
Andrea Stanislav, Surmatants - Mars Rising, Three channel video installation, mirror acrylic, polyester fiber, silk flowers, mirror glass, metallic fabrics, electric rotation motors, programmed LED lights, steel, wood, epoxy floor paint (Installation view at Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art)

Andrea Stanislav's hybrid practice spans sculpture, immersive multimedia installation, video and public art. Her artwork has been exhibited internationally and nationally at museums, contemporary art centers, galleries, biennials, art fairs and video festivals. Selected solo exhibitions and projects include The Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art, Pittsburg; The Russian Museum of Art, Minneapolis; The Saint Louis Art Museum, St. Louis; The Museum of Cosmonautics, Moscow, Russia; The Museum of Non-Conformist Art, Saint Petersburg, Russia; The Center for Digital Arts, TelAviv, Isreal; Socrates Sculpture Park, New York City; The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis; Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis; 21c Museum, Louisville; U.S. Embassy in Sweden; Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha; amongst other venues and permanent public art commissions. Her work has also been exhibited at: Brookfield, New York City, CYLAND, St. Petersburg, Russia; Kuryokhin Center for Modern Art, St. Petersburg, Russia; Smack Mellon, New York City; The 2018 Art Ii Biennial, Ii Finland; The Museum of the Defense and Siege of Leningrad, St. Petersburg,Russia; The 5th Moscow Biennial, Moscow, Russia; The U.S (Ambassador’s) Residence, Stockholm, Sweden; Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Wilmington; The Minnesota Museum of American Art, St. Paul; Plains Art Museum, Fargo; The John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI; Kentucky Museum of Arts and Craft, Louisville; and Dumbo Arts Center, New York City.

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