Final mesh is an amalgamation of experimental moving image, computer graphics and atmospheric design. It is an exhibition that surveys reality through shifting perspectives, and algorithmic pleasures – all the while challenging narrative modes.
The show examines the limitations of physical media, and ventures beyond into a realm of sensorial liberation – one that both embraces and overwhelms the participant. Each work goes beyond the digital imaging, generating space and media untethered by the confines of gallery walls. Mainly using software Maya and Realflow to emphasize the atmospheric scenes into the artworks. By understanding the nature of software, artists expand their art territories with achieving shape of aqueous element in their work. The screening features the School of Art Institute of Chicago students works from Spring 2019 Atmospheric Animation course taught by Snow Yunxue Fu and TA-ed by Bryan Lebeuf.
Jun Young Kang
* food and drinks are provided!