Light:Space artists 2017

Jacci Delaney

The Depths Within
July 14-23 with artist talk  July 22 @2:30pm

Jacci Delaney The Depths Within, hologram

exhibition of holograms created with the Center for the Holographic Arts pulse laser at Ohio State University

Jacci Delaney is currently an artist and lecturer living in Columbus, OH. She works with glass, holograms, found objects, and light. Her work focuses on showing humans triumphing over loss and tragedy. She enjoys experimenting with new techniques and unusual ways to make art. Along with being a practicing artist, she is a lecturer at The Ohio State University co-teaching holography, an adjunct instructor at The Columbus College of Art and Design teaching glass, and an instructor at Glass Axis. She received her MFA in 2014 from The Ohio State University and she received her BFA and BA from Southern Illinois University Carbondale in 2008.

www.jaccidelaney.com


Kim Burgess and D. Schmüdde

Borderless IV
August 4 – 27

Opening Reception Sunday August 6, 2-4pm

artist lead workshop TBC

An immersive, interactive experience created to explore unconscious interactions among strangers. Taking place in a darkened space, projected figures emerge from the blackness while the soundscape shifts based on the number of people in the area. The experience of “Borderless IV” walks the line between calming familiarity and unnerving disassociation. The normally trivial act of navigating a space suddenly becomes a conscious effort of exploration. A single viewer in our environment witnesses the strained movement of those depicted in the projected motion picture. As more people enter the area, the sound design changes and the viewers find themselves navigating the darkness and one another.

 


Juergen Eichler

Coherence and Incoherence
Holographic 3D/2D Collage
August  6-27, 2017

Juergen Eichler, Coherence and Incoherence

Sunday August 6, opening reception 2-4pm with artist introduction of exhibition at 2:30pm

Coherence and Incoherence is an exhibition of collages which combine holograms with graphic art and paintings. Holographic 3D elements float in space in front of a 2D graphic structures. Different mixed colors can be seen, which are in general not existent in usual holography with its pure spectral colors.


Bryan Whitney

Mini Structures: 3d X-rays of oil cans
May 20 – July 4

Bryan Whitney Mini Structures: 3d X-rays of oil cans

This collection of x-rays reveals architecture in a surprising form: oil cans used to dispense oil for sewing machines, motors, and other mechanical devices.

The simple industrial shapes, which are purpose designed, reveal both similarities and elegant variations on a theme.  They are accidental stupas, a typical Buddhist temple form found throughout  Asia.   Whitney, whose work often focuses on the “cosmology of architecture”, saw this collection of oil cans posted by an artist friend Allan Wexler on Instagram.  He borrowed this collection and, using a stereo (3d) x-ray technique, he has transformed the simple oil cans, emphasizing their architectural form.

www.bryanwhitney.com
www.x-rayphotography.com

 


Kacie Lees

Hyper Diffraction Works II and  The Coronas
June 2 – July 4

Kacie Lees Hyper Diffraction Works II and The Coronas

Installation of neon works viewed with diffraction grating glasses for a wild 3D experience.

My work is about light – neon, diffraction, holography. Sliding back and forth with video, installation and sculpture, my objective is to promote a swelling of the senses and to identify fields and forces around objects. My current research looks at extra sensory perceptions; psychometry (the spirit of objects) and tetrachromacy (the fourth cone).

The Coronas are a new body of neon work. Spanish for crown, corona also refers to the plasma around the sun. These pieces are in a shape akin to Lichtenstein’s 1962 “Viip” painting or 1967’s “Explosion.” They are based out of a recurring drawings about exciting ideas or events.

 

http://www.kacielees.com/neon/1



 



 



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