Upcoming EXHIBITION Opening MARCH 6th LITA ALBUQUERQUE >> Prime Meridian: Zero Degree
Followed by LASER Presentations
For ART|SCI, Lita Albuquerque presents a project that explores the relationship between humanity and the movement of the cosmos. The artist will project 2 videos on the walls of stellar rotation from the north and south poles and a projection on the ground of a body's shadow running. In this projected world, Albuquerque suspends our ordinary reality. The normal ebb and flow of life ceases in order to better understand our common bonds of time, stillness and motion.
By approaching living material with the tools of artistic research, Loren works to create poetic, yet absurd interactions between the individual and the environment, focusing on how creative impulse marks and alters the living world.
All events are sponsored in part by the David Bermant Foundation.
Loren Kronemyer is an internationally exhibiting artist from Los Angeles, California. After graduating with a BFA in New Genres from the San Francisco Art Institute, she moved to Perth to work with the SymbioticA lab to obtain a Masters of Biological Arts degree at the University of Western Australia. By approaching living material with the tools of artistic research, Loren works to create poetic, yet absurd interactions between the individual and the environment, focusing on how creative impulse marks and alters the living world
Name of Artist (Bio): Joyce Cutler-Shaw Joyce Cutler-Shaw is an artist of inter-media, although drawing is at the heart of her work. She considers drawing to be a primary language, a way of knowing, a mode of inquiry, and an act of empathy. She has exhibited internationally since 1972. Joyce Cutler-Shaw’s works – public installations, drawings and artists books – are represented in both Museum and Library Special Collections, including the Albertina Museum in Vienna, New York’s Museum of Modern Art, The 42nd Street Library, the Klinspor Museum in Germany, the Teylers Museum in The Netherlands, and the Herbert Johnson Museum at Cornell.
The UCLA Art|Sci center hosts Leonardo Art Science Rendezvoud (LASER) on November 7th, a periodical discussion forum on art science projects for artists and scientists alike. This coming month LASER will include a special sound performance by GIL KUNO and CARL Stone and is preceded by an exhibiton opening in the adjacent ART|SCI Gallery by JOSELY CARVALHO, exhibiting her work in progress DIARY of SMELLS: Shards. The artists will introduce the inspiration behind their work along with...
Barabara Drucker, Chris Kelty, Shana Koening, Ted Meyer, and Gareth Walsh.
To present your idea at the upcoming LASER on December 5th, email:
The olfactory sense, though often forgotten, is a powerful connector to memory and emotions. Diary of Smells: Shards (estilhaços) is an on-going multi-sensorial interactive & interdisciplinary project comprised of various stages of smell production, photographs and sound design.
Dow Jones is a real-time singing portrait of the US stock market, and by extension, the U.S. economy. Each business day, millions of publicly owned company stocks and shares are bought, sold and exchanged in a perpetual cycle for capital gain. Dow Jones interprets the resulting fluctuations in share values to create a continuous sound of economic highs and lows.