While you’re probably familiar with Andrew Thomas Huang’s work from his collaborations with Björk, “Interstice” marks the Los Angeles-based artist/filmmaker’s first solo project: an experimental combination of film and digital prints exploring the particular tension of veiled dance (the space between what is seen and what is obscured).

A 16 minute, extended version of the film is currently viewable at Milk Gallery in New York City. If you’re not able to see it there, keep an eye out for the 10 minute version, set for release online in April. Also, be sure and check back here, our full interview with Andrew is coming soon!

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