An exhibition of artworks that incorporate the daylit logic of scientific and technological concepts or processes into their creation, while probing the shadowed and paradoxical possibilities of the unknown, incomprehensibly small or large, and combinatory. This exhibition aims to illuminate our complex connection to life, death, space-time, and the pliability of knowledge.
Featuring: Elizabeth A. Baker, McArthur Freeman, II,
Julia Buntaine Hoel, Kysa Johnson, Anne Mondro,
Elsa Muñoz, Luke Myers, Lisa Nilsson, and Michael Reedy.
Curated by Nathan Beard.
Over 2 hours of enlightening conversation…. TUNE IN!
Tom Winchester from the Arts Coast Journal recently talked with McArthur Freeman.