Visual artist Ethan Jackson’s new optical installation at the Divinity School’s Westbrook Hall Cloister Walk will be opening this week! This is a beautiful, large scale installation inside a long corridor adjacent to the Chapel. Please join us at two upcoming events to learn more and celebrate this work:
Tech and New Media Speaker Series with Ethan Jackson in Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, Room C105 (FHI “Garage”) at NOON on Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Come learn more about Ethan’s work, including his new camera obscura based optical installation.
Lunch will be provided.
Art Installation Opening Talk and Reception at 3:30 PM on Wednesday, March 14, 2012
On-site in the Divinity School’s Westbrook Hall, Goodson Chapel and in the Cloister Walk
We also encourage you to visit the installation at other days and times so you can experience it in various light and weather conditions.
Ethan Jackson is a visual artist working in optical installation, photographic media, and interactive video. Light, vision, image and imagination are the basis for projects that range across perceptual, spatial, documentary and experiential territory. http://ethanjackson.net His visit is part of the Art, Art History & Visual Studies “Immersed in Every Sense” Visiting Artist Series. Immersed in Every Sense is generously supported by the Duke University Council for the Arts Visiting Artist Fund and the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies Visiting Artist Fund. His visit is co-sponsored by Information Science + Information Studies and supported by the Arts and Aesthetics Committee of the Divinity School.