The University of Washington’s Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) is pleased to present a unique exhibition by graduating BFA students.
Pieces included in the exhibition explore themes of memory, fractured temporality, perception, and the intersection of phenomena and materiality. Works of light, sound, immersive installations, and experimental film transform the space, fusing contemporary artistic practice with emerging technologies toward the creation of new experimental art forms.
The exhibition marks the students’ completion of the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with DXARTS, a production-based fine arts program that focuses on the advancement of contemporary art through new and experimental technology.
The Oddfellows building, located in the heart of Fremont, is a distinct and one-time-only exhibition space that lends itself to site-specific artworks and custom installations, reflecting and embodying the ambitious and experimental nature of the artworks and artists.
This week-long exhibition will be on view at the Oddfellows Building in Fremont June 11th –17th, 2009. Exhibition web site: http://www.washington.edu/dxarts/bfa/2009/
Weekdays: 12 pm – 7 pm
Weekends: 11 am – 6 pm
Students presenting work:
Alexis Eggertsen . Cale Schupman . Mollie Fabric . Andrew Franks . Daren Keck . Anna Czoski . Amber Rosario Manuguid . Daphne Chu . Erik Parr . Michael McCrea . Toby McKes . Mi-Jong Jang . Ryan Irilli . Allison Urban
Date: Thursday, June 11, 2009
Time: 6:00pm – 11:00pm
Location: The Oddfellows Building
Street: 3509 Fremont Avenue North Seattle, WA 98103