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  • danceroom Spectroscopy | Department of Art & Art History
    Exhibitions Exhibition Spaces About Exhibition Spaces Stanford Art Gallery SubGallery Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Search Exhibitions Search by keyword Search by location Find exhibitions after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 danceroom Spectroscopy September 20 2014 Stanford Art Gallery free and open to the public 11am 6pm Come play in this interactive multi award winning installation rooted at the interface of interactive chemical physics real time supercomputing digital art and education danceroom Spectroscopy dS interprets visitors as energy fields allowing you to influence both sound and image using your movement Visit the danceroom Spectroscopy dS website Sponsor Stanford University Department of Art Art History Stanford Arts Institute University of Bristol Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council The Royal Society of Chemistry Arts Council England The Royal Society Nvidia and Watershed Contact Email mlnoe stanford edu Contact Phone 650 723 3404 Exhibition Space Stanford Art Gallery About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies News and Events Department Newsletter Recent News Subscribe Upcoming Events

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/exhibitions/danceroom-spectroscopy (2015-06-03)
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  • Half Tilt Full Lean - MFA Thesis Exhibition | Department of Art & Art History
    450 years Phase Transition through its artistic translation of scientific data is an exploration of material light and reflectivity An Atlanta Georgia native Galen Jackson strives to create symbolic systems and cosmologies that can function autonomously once set in motion At the epicenter of his practice is video and in his current work a three part series showcasing the life research and world of a revered wheat scientist named L Mordecai Spinards Jackson employs security camera footage capturing men in white suits tending to rows of chemically injected wheat in Spinards s underground bunker Jackson s additional pieces in the series give the viewer an inside look into Spinards s personal life Eleanor Oakes s work explores the nature of human interactions and perceptions particularly through issues of time loss and memory Oakes is drawn to places where past present presence and absence intertwine as she believes it is in these locations where the possibility of our interactions leaving a lasting impression seem to present themselves In her work Residual Loop 2013 present the viewer sees a series of large format photographs with each piece displaying draped cloth in muted shades of yellow and green The fabric a typical backdrop one wouldemploy under a bowl of fruit or vase of flowers for a still life portrait is all that remains burned wrinkled and stained In the absence of additional subject matter the cloth becomes the focus and suggests that we the viewers have missed something but what Sitting atop an oversized pedestal painted in whisper whit e Ben Peterson s small architectural sculptures draw visitors closer Each standing no more than 20 inches high the modest army of coarse gray sculptures initially mislead the viewer into thinking that they are concrete and not in fact their native material ceramic which

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/exhibitions/half-tilt-full-lean-mfa-thesis-exhibition (2015-06-03)
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  • Materialists | Department of Art & Art History
    Graduate Design Program students create broad based design solutions based on need finding and ethnographic study With the projects in this show a more personal investigation and statement is the goal Furniture sculpture body accouterments instruments and installations are on exhibit in Materialists with many opportunities for visitor engagement Heather Kerrick is fascinated by the unexpected direction that her creations can take on once they are seen through the eyes of others In her piece Exuberance guests navigate their way inside a large tent and with the use of a flashlight discover thousands of glittering sequins inside Perpetually curious Dan Somen spends his time exploring the magic of natural phenomena and how we perceive and react to the physical world around us The Arc Organ is a study in light sound electricity and the viewer s response to these stimuli in context Gabrielle Guthrie is interested in the stories behind objects and other ways of making the invisible visible Guthrie s piece Ingrid Bergman allows visitors to caress a silicone earlobe recalling a small yet strongly affectionate moment between lovers Wei Li believes that creating beautiful things is a noble cause In her photography series Grasp Li explores affordances and hand interactions while employing bold colors and simple objects With her strong interest in how design can impact culture and behavior Rupa Chaturvedi s installation The Golden House offers viewers the opportunity to interact with light structure and the space between Brandon Cheung focuses on the bridge between digital and physical space as well as the human machine interaction Gallery visitors are encouraged to engage with Cheung s work by finding their own heartbeats Xander Bremer believes that the soul of design lies in the creation of the thing not in the artifact In Materialists Bremer shows his Swoop Chair

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/exhibitions/materialists (2015-06-03)
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  • Study Models: An Exploration of the Sublime | Department of Art & Art History
    Upcoming Exhibitions Search Exhibitions Search by keyword Search by location Find exhibitions after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 Study Models An Exploration of the Sublime February 17 2015 to February 27 2015 SubGallery Free and open to the public When English explorers discovered the Alps they documented feelings of overwhelming vastness and magnificence coupled with terror incomprehensible beauty Edmund Burke contended the sublime was a mental state of astonishment imbued with horror Study Models documents an enquiry into the sublime Architecture and photography are synthesized toward materializing air atmosphere and light The familiar spaces of these paper models challenge perceptions of reality and scale Nick Xu is a senior at Stanford University majoring in Architectural Design and is passionate about photography He believes attention to light is the essence of both fields which informs his artistic curiosities Study Models An Exploration of The Sublime is the result of an intense nine month independent study with Professor Lukas Felzmann Xu synthesizes architecture and photography with the ambition of understanding air atmosphere and light Sponsor Department of Art Art History Contact Email mlnoe stanford edu Contact Phone 6507253107 Exhibition Space SubGallery About

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/exhibitions/study-models-exploration-sublime (2015-06-03)
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  • Go Deep. | Department of Art & Art History
    Search by location Find exhibitions after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 Go Deep November 10 2014 to November 21 2014 SubGallery Lower level 419 Lasuen Mall Printmaking exhibition by ARTSTUDI 148B Fall 2014 Featuring work by Aishwarya Vardhana Alexis Wood Allegra McComb Daniel Silverman Fiona Noonan Rohit Kolar and Sarah Nader Curated by Kathryn Kain Artist Reception Wednesday November 12th

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/exhibitions/go-deep (2015-06-03)
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  • Magnificent Obsessions | Department of Art & Art History
    Venues in 2015 Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Search Exhibitions Search by keyword Search by location Find exhibitions after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 Magnificent Obsessions June 4 2014 to June 15 2014 SubGallery Free and open to all Magnificent Obsessions is a graduate thesis show featuring Stanford MFA and MS Design students work from the Department of Art Art History s two quarter Design Thesis course taught by Camille Utterback The show features work by graduating students Na Yeon Kim Carla Gonzales Wei Li Julie Shryne and Gabrielle Guthrie Na Yeon is obsessed with light Carla is obsessed with domesticity Wei is obsessed with the body and textiles Julie is obsessed with semi clean clothes and what we do with them Gabrielle is obsessed with how the objects we wear wear us and wear down Following these passions has resulted in illuminated sculpture a managerie of breasts wearable objects that change us and change with use the laundry taco and speculative videos about technology in our homes Come see the provocative and evocative fruits of our obsessions Exhibition Space SubGallery About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/exhibitions/magnificent-obsessions (2015-06-03)
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  • PAPER exhibition | Department of Art & Art History
    Cummings Lobby Gallery Annenberg Corridor Other Exhibition Spaces Open Studios New Venues in 2015 Events Calendar Upcoming Events Upcoming Exhibitions Search Exhibitions Search by keyword Search by location Find exhibitions after Date E g Jun 2 2015 Find exhibitions before Date E g Jun 2 2015 PAPER exhibition January 22 2015 to January 30 2015 Cummings Lobby Free and open to the public Selected works from fall quarter s ArtStudi 263 taught by John Edmark Featuring the work of students Annalisa Boslough Amanda Chow Maggie Fong Jaena Han Robert Jackson Meli Musson Katya Stavisky and Katie Zhou Beyond conventional use of paper as a foundation for mark making to its potential as a medium in its own right Throughout the class students experimented with papers to develop facility with techniques of folding scoring curling cutting tearing piercing embossing layering and binding to create three dimensional forms patterned textured surfaces reliefs interactive dynamic structures such as pop ups containers and book forms Sponsor Department of Art Art History Contact Email mlnoe stanford edu Contact Phone 6507253107 Exhibition Space Cummings Lobby Gallery About Department Overview People Works Contact Website Feedback Programs Art History Art Practice Design Documentary Film Film and Media Studies

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/exhibitions/paper-exhibition (2015-06-03)
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  • Jiangnan - Ways of Water | Department of Art & Art History
    delta region in East China which for the last millennium is the most prosperous and culturally sophisticated area of the country The mere mention of Jiangnan evokes lyrical images of the Chinese water town with white houses and willows growing along the riverbanks where romantic encounters take place Most of the photographs on exhibit were taken in Shengze my hometown It was once a quintessential water town of Jiangnan famed for its silk and waterways But in recent years it has turned into an urban sprawl that is now home to half a million residents and 5000 factories as a result of being engulfed in drastic changes and the constant urge for expansion symptomatic of China s epic transformation I have no intention to re fabricate the nostalgic imagination of classical Jiangnan nor do I seek to document the scale or the disturbances of the transformation These images are but from a personal journey back to my roots Through the journey I realized it is possible to find peace in trauma clamor and chaos About the artist George Zhijian Qiao is a PhD candidate in Chinese history Born and raised in the Yangtze Delta in China George attended Fudan University

    Original URL path: https://art.stanford.edu/exhibitions/jiangnan-ways-water (2015-06-03)
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