Gallery Night

bare code scan

bare code scan

Last week, the Chroma Team attended the opening night reception of bare code scan at  Fused Space, the art gallery adjacent to world renowned industrial designer Yves Behar’s design studio, Fused Project. As acting curator, gallerist Jessica Silverman deftly weaves a show rich in visuals and sound. bare scan code is open January 22nd through March 14, 2015. Here is a look inside:

Sam Lewitt, Flexible Control, 2013, Photolithographic etchings on copper-clad plastic, laminate, steel bracket 60"H x 22"W x 6"D

Sam Lewitt, Flexible Control, 2013, Photolithographic etchings on copper-clad plastic, laminate, steel bracket 60″H x 22″W x 6″D

“For the four artists included in this group show, titled bare code scan, the field embodied perception- and its meditation via mechanical and cultural means- is a central theme.”

Jessica Silverman Gallery

Cooper Jacoby, Optimal Clot, 2015, Door handle: powder- coated steel, lucite, ferrofluid: black mirror, perforated vinyl 76.5″H x 9.5″W

 “In the case of the four artists exhibited in bare code scan, the reach of technology continues not only to expand our optical capabilities, but to collapse the borders that once demarcated the spheres of private and public visibility, whether via the penetrating gaze of the scientific apparatus or in the voyeuristic glance of the anonymous spectator.”

Jessica Silverman Gallery

Barbara Hammer, Sanctus, 1990, 16mm film

Barbara Hammer, Sanctus, 1990, 16mm film

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