ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
May 16th, 2018 - June 30th, 2018
An exhibition that will make you lose all sense of space
An immersive, sensory experience.
A choreography of light.
Explore transportive dreamlike environment of Naked Eyes, the first U.S. solo exhibition for the world-renowned artist studio Nonotak. Comprised of four unique installations, with each piece very site specific this audio visual light exhibition is a celebration of light. The light has been sculpted, contained, diffused, projected and reflected so Naked Eyes can enjoy the three dimensionality of it.
The exhibition is presented by ARTECHOUSE in partnership with the Optical Society (OSA), the American Physical Society (APS), and the American Institute of Physics (AIP) as a celebration of the UNESCO’s Inaugural International Day of Light and in an effort to help connect the science behind the art to visitors of the art space. Visitors, stepping into an immersive world of light, will explore the innovative uses and the science behind the mediums and technology used.
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“Art is not something to look at, it’s something to feel. That is one of the ideas that infuses much of the work created by Nonotak Studio, […] who see their work not as interactive machines, but as pieces that are alive in their own right.” - The Creators
“Nonotak Studio Experiments with Illusions of Light and Infinity… From LEDs and hacked projectors, it’s an overload for the senses.” - The Creators
“Nakamoto’s sound design guides the viewer back and forth through a virtual world and reality over the course of five minutes, creating a visually and aurally disorienting experience. The resulting effect is like wearing virtual reality goggles, without actually having to wear goggles. Sounds just about perfect.” - WIRED