By Julia Buntaine Hoel
Editor in Chief
In New York city's first exhibition space dedicated solely to science-based art, "Spontaneous Emergence of Order" at BioBAT ArtSpace showcases the work of four artists who, in working with systems and ideas based in chaos, find their own order through creative expression.
From Richelle Gribble's celebration of color and collaboration in her community-based Web of Life, to the delicate ever-decaying sculptures of Magdalena Dukiewicz, to Tarah Rhoda's dramatically seductive body- and plant-based fluid sculptures, to Tanya Chaly's artist-as-naturalist look at networks in Earth's amphibian and avian populations, BioBAT ArtSpaces' inaugural exhibition highlights science-based art at its best; the work in this exhibition brings science into the social space of subjective judgement through impeccable aesthetics with deep conceptual underpinnings.
"Spontaneous Emergence of Order" is open now through March 3rd at 140 58th St., Brooklyn NY, Monday-Saturday 12-6pm. Catch Tanya Chaly's artist talk on January 26th, 3-5pm.
BioBAT ArtSpace, residing in Brooklyn's Sunset Park Army Terminal, aims to connect the New York city community with the world of science through art. Learn more about BioBAT ArtSpace here.