Image courtesy of San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art
Amy M. Ho will create a hyper-artificial environment that envelops the viewer and transforms the sense of space by projected light and shadows.
San Francisco-based artist Amy M. Ho uses video projections and/or architectural manipulations to explore light and spatial relationships. Red Rooms is an immersive, hyper-artificial environment that envelops the viewer and transforms the sense of space by projected light and shadows. Red Rooms is a two-channel video projection that was created by the artist photographing two views of a miniature architectural model lit in two different ways – one from in front and another from behind.
May. 23 – Sep. 12, 2015
Cardinale Project Room
Sunday, May 31
Free and open to the public.
Image courtesy of Art In General
May 16, 2015 – June 27, 2015
New York-based artist Katie Torn integrates animation, 3D computer graphics, and video to model virtually simulated scenes out of the detritus of internet and consumer culture. Collecting elements available online, Torn’s digital assemblages carry traces of web browsing histories. Referencing the Modernist traditions of Cubism and Futurism in her avatars and abstractions, fantasy worlds and sci-fi simulations are conflated with 20th century investigations into pictorial space.