Posted on | May 27, 2010 | 7 Comments
Path to Ground: An Exhibition of Electronic Artworks curated by Dana Moser and Fred Wolflink
On View: June 11, 2010 – July 10, 2010
Opening Reception: Friday, June 11
Live Performance Night: Thursday, June 24
“Path to Ground” is an exhibition of interactive, kinetic, installation and sound art created by students working in the Electronic Projects curriculum of MassArt’s Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM). The title refers to a fundamental property of electricity: that it flows “to ground” through the path of least resistance. The term “ground” in an electrical circuit is a relative one, however, and has a variety of meanings. The works curated by Dana Moser and Fred Wolflink have a variety of artistic sensibilities: humorous, scientific, political and pop-cultural.
Artists in the show include: Olivia Becker, Alex Black, Patrick Chaney, Daniel Mooradian, Kim O’Toole, Paige Peterson, Jacky Sharp, Matej Vakula, and Joseph Wight
More information and images will be posted leading up to the opening of the exhibition. Stay tuned.