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Summation & Absence: A New Science & Art Space in the Brooklyn Army Terminal

05/17/19 through 08/16/19 | 12:00pm

BioBAT Art Space - Brooklyn Army Terminal

140 58th Street Map

212-691-2800

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17-05-2019 12:00:00 16-08-2019 12:00:00 America/New_York Summation & Absence: A New Science & Art Space in the Brooklyn Army Terminal | 12:00pm BioBat Art Space is pleased to announce Summation & Absence, an exhibition consisting of of tactile, immersive installations where the artists engage in research that explores the human condition. By methodically drawing on the natural world, each installation opens a fresh portal into what is at stake for life on this planet, inviting the viewer to reflect on the beauty and complexity of life within a vulnerable ecosystem. These six artists create works inspired by the sciences of biology and ecology. Through additions and/or removal of variants such as information, technology, disease and toxins the artists in Summation and Absence create innovative scientific and artistic results. Curators Etty Yaniv and Christina Massey thoughtfully organized an exhibition highlighting both the differences and the common ground between the artists - their research methods, artistic processes and the resulting diversity in their visual vocabularies. Who: Artists: Suzanne Anker, Nancy Cohen, Vita Eruhimovitz, Lorrie Fredette, Michal Gavish, Elaine Whittaker Curators: Etty Yaniv and Christina Massey When: -The exhibition will be on view from May, 17 through August 16, 2019 -An opening reception will be held on Friday, May 17, 2019, from 7-9 PM. -A series of artist talks and events will occur during the exhibit’s duration. Events will include artist talks, panel discussions, NYC Public School classroom visits and STEAM workshops for middle school students. Where: BioBAT Art Space The Brooklyn Army Terminal Building A (Entrance is located directly on the Brooklyn Waterfront) 140 58th St, Brooklyn, NY 11220 http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=370640 BioBAT Art Space - Brooklyn Army Terminal BioBAT Art Space - Brooklyn Army Terminal
BioBat Art Space is pleased to announce Summation & Absence, an exhibition consisting of of tactile, immersive installations where the artists engage in research that explores the human condition. By methodically drawing on the natural world, each installation opens a fresh portal into what is at stake for life on this planet, inviting the viewer to reflect on the beauty and complexity of life within a vulnerable ecosystem.

These six artists create works inspired by the sciences of biology and ecology. Through additions and/or removal of variants such as information, technology, disease and toxins the artists in Summation and Absence create innovative scientific and artistic results.

Curators Etty Yaniv and Christina Massey thoughtfully organized an exhibition highlighting both the differences and the common ground between the artists - their research methods, artistic processes and the resulting diversity in their visual vocabularies.

Who: Artists: Suzanne Anker, Nancy Cohen, Vita Eruhimovitz, Lorrie Fredette, Michal Gavish, Elaine Whittaker Curators: Etty Yaniv and Christina Massey

When: -The exhibition will be on view from May, 17 through August 16, 2019 -An opening reception will be held on Friday, May 17, 2019, from 7-9 PM. -A series of artist talks and events will occur during the exhibit’s duration. Events will include artist talks, panel discussions, NYC Public School classroom visits and STEAM workshops for middle school students.

Where: BioBAT Art Space The Brooklyn Army Terminal Building A (Entrance is located directly on the Brooklyn Waterfront) 140 58th St, Brooklyn, NY 11220

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