reporter: Miguel Dominguez
Born in Oakridge, Tennessee, Leslie Thornton is considered a pioneer of media aesthetics, one of the first artists to bridge cinema, video, digital media, and installation. Her works have been exhibited all over the planet, at institutions and festivals such as the Whitney Biennial, Documenta, Tate Modern, Seven at Miami Basel Art Fair, Moving Image in New York and in London, the International Film Festival Rotterdam, The Museum of Modern Art in NYC, Harvard University, and installations/exhibitions at Museum 53, Elisabeth de Brabant Arts Center in Shanghai, China; Zürcher Gallery, New York/Paris; FluxSpace, Philadelphia, IFFR/Museum of Natural History, and solo shows at Winkleman Gallery, NYC, and Elizabeth de Brabant Gallery, Shanghai, China. She has produced installations for capcMusée, Bordeaux in France, Track 16 in Los Angeles, and Cinematexas in Austin.
Along with Luna, another work exhibited was The Binocular Series