A curated exhibition where light is the medium
Curated by Martina Mrongovius
Space:Light brings together artists working with the shaping of light and experimental imagery.
This exhibition is part of an ongoing program at the Center for the Holographic Arts to encourage artists to explore and create optical environments, light sculptures and visual structures. The Space:Light program is aimed at projects that investigate broad notions of holographic imaging, including multiple dimensions and immersive media and/or employ light as an artistic medium.
To see previous projects visit www.holocenter.org/light-residency
Exhibition on View:
October 17 – November 17, 2019
at The Plaxall Gallery (Map)
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 19, 7-10pm
Closing Performances, Sunday November 17
3pm: Dreaming Beds : The Three Graces, a video and dance performance by Sam Moree and Shoko Tamai
3:30pm: Jason Yung will use his large light piece, Unus Mundus, to interact with the experimental sounds of Furmi Gomez, performed on the slide guitar, to create a light/sound journey through the cosmos of the mind.
About the Curator:
As a curator and collaborator, Martina Mrongovius explores the entangled dynamics of human psychology, visual media and physics. She is the staff curator for the Center for the Holographic Arts in New York and the IRIDESCENCE exhibitions presented by the Hologram Foundation in Paris. She curated an international showcase of art holography ‘Interference:Coexistence’ at the Queens Clocktower in 2013 and is currently working on ‘Holographic Embodiment’ which opens at the HoloCenter on Governors Island in Fall 2019.
Maximus Clarke ∙ Barak Chamo ∙ Wen-Han Chang
Xiaowei Chen ∙ Valeria Divinorum ∙ Lori Horowitz
Lara Knutson ∙ Raisa Nosova ∙ Steve Pavlovsky Jonathan Sims ∙ Julia Sinelnikova ∙ George Stadnik
Joey Steigelman ∙ Tracy Abbott Szatan ∙ Kazue Taguchi
Pierre-Luc Vaillancourt ∙ Bryan Whitney ∙ Sangjun Yoo
Jason Yung curtaed by Martina Mrongovius
This exhibition is in collaboration with LiC-A and is made possible in part by the Queens Council on the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; and in part by New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.