Asymmetries, the newest work by Canadian-Guatemalan artist Ramírez-Figueroa reinvents the object to consider its associations with colonial oppression alongside its mythical significance.
This exhibition of leading-edge digital art, or eArt, investigates the future of human society through technology, innovation and design.
"Archiving Eden: Exchange" presents x-ray images of 5,000 seeds — the smallest number required to preserve a single plant species. Over time, the installation will change both physically and visually: from representational to actual, dark to light.
The interactive installation will be made up of three zones. Beginning at the east entrance of the Daniels Building, visitors will enter a subterranean space through a Transitory Zone or “mouth of the cave,” illuminated with an artificial skylight created via digital technology. Here, visitors will store their belongings and choose from a variety of body wearables or “spelunking gear”.