The exhibition is co-organized by Sibyl’s Shrine, co-founded by Wormsley, and curated by Jessica Gaynelle Moss BFA ’09.
Month: June 2022
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The exhibition includes ten commissioned games, each treating one of the first ten amendments to the US Constitution.
Levin and Lieberman’s work presents a series of audiovisual vignettes which probe the expressive possibilities of hand gestures and finger movements.
The project reimagines everyday objects as pareidolic landscapes, producing pen-and-ink drawings in a cybernetic process that melds micro vision, computer vision, and human interference.
“Mercantile” explores responses to the color blue as both artists in the show ruminate on reference points along the hue’s spectrum.
The artists assembled in the show perform various forms of alchemy to explore the inner life of things.
Ransom will create an installation about New Orleans’ over 800 year old McDonogh Oak tree located in City Park.
Ku was invited to serve as a Fab Lab resident to provide unique perspectives in the areas of digital design and fabrication.
The exhibition features ongoing series of delicate landscape etchings that have been altered, effaced, and obliterated by overpainting.