Within the medium light, and Gimenez-Zapiola will explore the relationship viewers’ have with time and space as seen through his interdisciplinary work, which utilizes photography, video projections, text and computers in My Way Of Seeing + Merging The Analog With The Digital. Come ready to ask questions; the informal lectures will include slide shows and a question and answer portion to follow.
Simultaneously inspired by the beauty found in nature and the contrasting aesthetic she finds in technology, Adela Andea’s large-scale light installations explore the concept of natural versus artificial and seek to re-examine the notion of separating the two. In her presentation, Andea will address the influence of these concepts on her work and the use of light as an artistic medium within the new media discipline.
Pablo Gimenez-Zapiola employs photography, video, projections, text and computers in his multi-disciplinary work. In recent multi-projection performances, he combined analog thinking with digital tools to transform the viewers’ relationship with time and space. Gimenez-Zapiola will discuss and how art can enhance life experiences and establish a unique dialogue with each viewer.
GAC’s “Intersections: Art, Science and Technology” season comes to an end with conversations with two Houston-based artists, Adela Andea and Pablo Gimenez-Zapiola. Andea will discuss the juxtaposition of nature and technology in her large-scale light installations in her presentation,