I'll be showing a series of original works on paper and the resulting postcards I created for my project, "The Redistribution of Curiosity" as part of the exhibition Articulating Time and Space at the Sullivan Galleries in Chicago this Fall. The exhibition is curated by artist Paola Cabal and physicist Kathryn Schafferin conjunction with the studio/science hybrid course they teach together at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Works are culled from course projects in relation to artists and designers pursuing similar concerns in their practices. From the website:
Where are we in the universe? Is "now" different from other times in cosmic history? To a degree, physics can answer these questions. Yet in doing so, it unsettles and upends our everyday intuitions about how time and space work. Special and general relativity propose radically unfamiliar conceptions of the spacetime structure of our world, while empirical and theoreticalmethods in physics research reach far beyond what humans can sense or even visualize. Articulating Time and Space addresses the ways we personally experience and react to this process of unsettling and upending.
The show will be on view from October 3 - 24, 2017 at the Sullivan Galleries, 33 S State Street, 7th Floor, Chicago, IL. Join us for a closing reception on Saturday, October 21st from 1:30 - 3pm.