Second year ASN student Stephanie Ghetta presents her research in Tent Gallery this coming week.
Exhibition will run 10th-13th February from 10am-5pm, with a discussion 10th February at 4pm.
ASN students had a quick turnover for this past week’s opening of “Topology”, part of the Topoi exhibition series. The fourth show of the series (only one more left!) featured photography, projections, video, sculpture, sound and mixed media, all centered around the elusive and evolving concept of topology.
Enjoy the photos below!
More information to come about the final show of the Topoi series!
Current ASN students Javier Vidal Aguilera, Jonathan Hemelberg, and Sara Ocklind collaborated with Claire Holmes (a graduate from the University of Edinburgh School of GeoSciences’ Environment, Culture and Society programme) to produce an exhibition titled ‘Perceptual Disconnection’. The exhibition took place at Inspace this past Tuesday, and featured a variety of media.
The exhibition was based on a research project about the affects of digitalism and internet connectivity on human experience of natural spaces. The artists spent four days, without internet or electricity, in a cabin in Skiary. Printed photos from this trip were included in the exhibition, along with text and projections.
If you didn’t get the chance to attend, be sure to check out the photos below from the event!
ASN students continued the Topoi exhibition series this past Thursday with a dehumanizing take on the theme of “Dystopia”. The show received great attendance, and included performance art, video, photography, sound, and three-dimensional work.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by and participated!
The next show in the Topoi series will be the 14th of November, addressing the theme of “Utopia.” More details to come!