Opening Monday, February 22nd, from 9AM - 5PM
On view through Thursday, March 25th
February 22-March 25, 2021
Gallery Hours: Monday- Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Capacity of gallery is 10 visitors and masks are required.
HYPERLINK is an exhibition organized by Darby Jack that consists of artworks that exist digitally and physically in equal facets. In the necessity of rethinking exhibition functionality during, Covid times, the artists in this show are creating something new that plants a seed of inspiration for future artists and curators to link the digital and the analogue worlds in resourceful ways.
February 25, 4:30 – 5:30pm
i really don’t know how much longer i can keep doing this, virtual performance by iph.
Performance artist iph will be opening the HYPERLINK exhibition with a live performance of their work, i really don’t know how much longer i can keep doing this. iph’s work uses materials, such as canvas, duct tape, and paint, which they manipulate through methodical, deliberate action to create performances which keep the viewer locked in, focused on their every movement. The material left over from iph’s performance will serve as an installation that will remain in the gallery for the duration of the show.
To experience this virtual performance, click here on February 19, 4:30 -5:30
March 4, 6:30 – 7:30pm
HYPERLINK Artist Discussion
Artists iph, Nicole Leung, Ava Makenali, Connor Sale, and Andres Zapata will join artist and exhibition organizer, Darby Jack, to discuss their group show, HYPERLINK . The artists will discuss how they created a piece of work that can exist digitally and physically in equal facets and explore what it means to live in a time when artwork must transcend the boundaries of the physical world. Each artist will talk about their personal projects which will be followed by a short Q+A session.
To attend this virtual discussion, click here on February 24, 6:30pm
Exhibition Contact: Mark Porter / firstname.lastname@example.org / 312-369-6643