Ryan W. Turley: White Noise

Ryan Turley, White Noise, 2014, digital color prints on cling film, fluorescent back lighting, dimensions variable.

Ryan Turley, White Noise, 2014, digital color prints on cling film, fluorescent back lighting, dimensions variable.

Ryan W. Turley: White Noise

Opening Reception: May 6, 2014, 6–8 p.m.

Hamilton Square Condominium
Corner of McWilliams Place and Pavonia Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07302

Exhibition on view May 6, 2014—August 31, 2014

Curated by Brendan Carroll brendanscottcarroll.com

“I am interested in how viewers respond to familiar elements in unfamiliar forms, situations, and interventions” — Ryan W. Turley

Ryan Turley’s White Noise transforms an industrial shipping container into a giant multiscreened light box. It consists of eight stationary, abstract compositions that are backlit by fluorescent light. The images recall the snowy fields that were found on television screens after a network lost its transmission signal. This effect was an everyday occurrence during the analog TV era. Both abstract and representational, physical and image-based, White Noise will illuminate and activate the grounds of Hamilton Square.

About the Artist:

Ryan Turley is a New York based artist who graduated with his MFA in Sculpture from The Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. Turley has shown in the United States as well as abroad focussing on sculpture and installation works that deal with issues relating to social conditions, politics and sexuality. Turley completed his first large scale pubic art work (2012) with a Jerome Foundation Fellowship and Grant at Franconia Sculpture Park in Minnesota as well as being a finalist for Chicago Transit Authority Red Line Public Art Project in 2013. Turley is currently participating in the Artists in the Marketplace Program at the Bronx Museum, which will culminate in the Bronx Museum Biennial Exhibition in 2015.

For more information on Ryan Turley, or to contact the artist, please visit his website: www.ryanwturley.com


 is a New Jersey real estate developer, creatively rebuilding urban areas, supporting the arts, while building neighborhoods.

ArtBloc is a mobile art gallery and performance space built from two repurposed shipping containers – it is a dynamic community venue for art, music, dance and theater.

Brendan Carroll is an artist, writer and curator. He organizes a rotating exhibition program of prominent and up-and-coming artists for SILVERMAN.



Directions from 14th Street Path Station to 232 Pavonia Ave, Jersey City, NJ


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