Human Factors, a solo exhibition by BOLT Resident Kim Harty, investigates the amalgamation of movements that an artist applies to object making. Using motion capture technology, chronophotography, and projection, Harty creates pieces that record and embody the artist’s process. Linear interpretations of motion, serial photographs, live feed projection, and glass sculptures look at the tension between personal expression and efficiency in the studio.
The exhibition will have an opening reception on Friday, May 30 from 6–9pm at the Chicago Artists Coalition, located at 217 N. Carpenter Street (free and open to the public). The exhibition will run May 30 – June 17, 2014.