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Summer Artist Talk: NoiseFold
June 17, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm| Free
Move over, hammer and chisel. NoiseFold‘s sculpture installation at form & concept was generated in the digital world, and forged in the legendary glass studio of Dale Chihuly. Transdisciplinary artists Cory Metcalf and David Stout, who collaborate under the name NoiseFold, are known for combining visual art, music and interactive cinema into artworks that manipulate the senses and stretch the imagination. The centerpiece of their exhibition, a series of blown glass forms titled Metamorph, emerged from an unexpected project with master glass artists. Metcalf and Stout will speak about their installation at a gallery talk on Saturday, June 17 from 2-3 pm.
The unveiling of the artwork coincides with the special reception for form & concept’s One-Year Anniversary Exhibition, the Superhero Masquerade, on Friday, May 26 from 5-8 pm. The installation is on view through July 22.
NoiseFold will also appear in the Currents New Media Festival 2017, opening June 9 at El Museo Cultural, a short walk away from form & concept in the Railyard Arts District.
Learn more about this installation on the exhibition page.
Summer Artist Talks Schedule
In its first year, form & concept has emphasized powerful and diverse storytelling through its exhibition schedule and programs. The gallery’s roster of represented artists has been steadily growing, making for a dynamic One-Year Anniversary Exhibition (May 26-October 22, 2017). The majority of form & concept’s represented artists will speak, along with several guest artists.
Matthew Mullins & Wesley Anderegg | 5/27/17, 2-3 pm
Heidi Brandow | 6/3/17, 2-3 pm
Heather Bradley | 6/10/17, 2-3 pm
NoiseFold | 6/17/17, 2-3 pm*
Rebecca Rutstein | 7/1/17, 2-3 pm
Elana Schwartz | 7/8/17, 2-3 pm
Debra Baxter | 7/15/17, 2-3 pm
Jared Weiss | 7/22/17, 2-3 pm*
Armond Lara | 8/20/17, 2-3 pm
Broken Boxes Artists & Curators Panel Discussion | 8/20/17, 3-4 pm*
*Guest artists. All other participants are form & concept represented artists.