May 28th: Capturing Weather in Video and Installation

Georgie Friedman creates gorgeous contemplations of weather and other natural phenomena using video and site-specific projections on architecture and sculptural forms. Each video concentrates on the natural light and movement of the particular element, while the installation aspects alter the visual properties, form, or context of the element. She creates experiential spaces for viewers that highlight personal and societal relationships to built, natural and digital environments. Join us as Georgie presents her work and methods.

When: Wednesday, May 28th, 7:30pm
Where: Boston Cyberarts Gallery, 141 Green St., Jamaica Plain, MA
Presenter: Georgie Friedman
Free event
RSVP to info@atne.org. Space is limited.

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About the Presenter

Georgie Friedman is an interdisciplinary artist whose projects include large-scale video installations, single and multi-channel videos and several photographic series. She investigates a wide range of phenomena including mild to severe atmospheric and oceanic conditions, along with deconstructing perceived geographic boundaries. Her recent awards, commissions and exhibits include: 2013 MCC Artist Fellowship in Sculpture/Installation; Art on the Marquee, Public Media Art commissions (2012, 2013, 2014); Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts(2014), Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA (2013), Transylvania University, Lexington, KY (2013), Temporary Public Art commission, Boston Harbor Island Pavilion, Rose Kennedy Greenway (2012); Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA (2011-2012), Brown University, Providence, RI (2011), DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA (2010). She earned her MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in conjunction with Tufts University and her BA from UC, Santa Cruz. In September, she will have a solo show at the Foster Gallery, Noble and Greenough School, Dedham, MA.

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This post was written by atneprograms2 and was published on May 3rd, 2014 under the categories Events , Past Events.