Saturday, October 17, 2009

Technical Landscapes

We visited the new Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery today to see the inaugural exhibition Textual Landscapes:  Real and Imagined.  Great show, though not recommended for those who prefer their art unplugged!

Especially compelling were the works of Jim Campbell -- haunting, lo-res images gliding across a grid of LEDs.

Jim Campbell @ Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery from Ray Weitzenberg on Vimeo.

The exhibit, which also includes work by Airan Kang, Alan Rath, Ben Rubin, Yongseok Oh and Marina Zurkow, runs through October 31st.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I saw this show a couple of weeks ago, and yes it is a great show. My favorites were the Kang and Zurkow pieces.

October 18, 2009 at 4:55 PM  
Anonymous Patricia T said...

This is an excellent group show with a good mix of mid career and emerging new media artists.

October 25, 2009 at 6:56 PM  

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