City Sights: Finding the science-art in New York area art exhibitions
By Julia Buntaine, Editor-in-Chief
Yancey Richardson Gallery
Artist Matthew Jensen's solo show, "Feels Like Real," open through June 20th.
"Drawn from several seminal projects Jensen has developed over the past six years, the photographs in "Feels Like Real" weave together ideas about travel, observation, ephemerality, and the landscape."
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
Artist Airan Kang's solo show, "The Luminous Poem," open through June 13th.
"The book - its boundless possibilities and its cultural significance - is central to the work of Korean artist Airan Kang...Kang opens up the idea of the book from a concrete, self-contained object into a virtual space for the imagination."
Featuring artists Louise Foo, Martha Skou, and Lisa Park, "Synaesthetics" is open through June 6th.
"REVERSE will present two interactive, experimental artists’ projects that employ novel technologies to mediate, augment and echo our experience of the world around us. Their effects are both trans-sensory—as shapes become sounds—and revelatory—as brain waves become both audible and visible. The result, in both cases, is a strange new music."
All images courtesy of Julia Buntaine.
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