On Saturday, June 25 from 6-9 p.m. at URBAN-15, see Kim Bishop's and Luis Valderas's exhibit “Acceleration: A Conversation on Position,” a visual/sound installation piece well suited for URBAN-15’s Long Hall Gallery. With Bishop’s and Valderas’s paintings facing each other along the length of the narrow gallery, and with an overhead sound installation creating an ambient Doppler effect, the piece intends to evoke the affective experience of close quarters—specifically, running through corn fields.
Written by PRIME Concepts on Feb 18 2013 - 12:54pm
While people may struggle to see the artistic ideas and visions of others, it is the triumph of one local artist to share her vision of art and education with the blind and sight seeing communities. The Color of Blind is an interactive art show by Trina Geurra Bacon and Katherine Brown. The show brings together the senses of smell, touch and taste to offer the blind and seeing community a way in which to experience and understand color and art.