Continuing on View
Bill Thompson: Altered Flats
This site specific installation,
commissioned by the Butler Institute,
features wall sculpture in monochromatic
colors. These unique works were
fabricated utilizing space-age
materials‹acrylic urethane paint on polyurethane block‹and
applied with a complex spray technique
devised by the artist.
A Veiling: An Installation by Ed Hallahan with Jacki Mountan
This site-specific installation juxtaposes technology with traditional art
media, creating an inventive environmental statement that includes fiber,
light and sound.
Tony Martin: The Door
A founder of art installations using light, Martin has, since the 1960s,
created seminal new media works. Electronic systems were the interface
between the viewer
and the event and process of the sculpture or installed environment. He
created the electronic and optical configurations for these in his own
studio, and when
necessary, commissioned help from the new generation of engineers and scientists
forging new ways and methods.
Oct 08, 2006 Through Feb 25, 2007
Sally Weber: Strata Series Holograms (Bermant Gallery)
Patterns of motion pulsate
in these works that utilize a holographic technique
to reveal the movement of breath, blood and muscle
tension on the surface the body. "If these patterns. .
.are constant but unseen," the artist asks, "how
many other layers of body and mind are masked from us?" This
exhibition, which was first seen at the Center for
Holographic Arts in Long Island City, New York, is
made possible in part by the David Bermant Foundation.
November 30, 2005 through April
The 5th Beecher Center Annual Digital Art & Animation Competition
Now in it’s 5th year, this exhibition presents the artworks of competition
winners from across the nation.
November 13, 2005 through January 29, 2006
The Body Electric
This exhibition presents recent works by a group
of internationally known holographers. A variety
of subjects including portraits, still life and landscapes
as well as various holographic techniques are featured
in this show such as transmission, reflective and
November 13, 2005
through January 29, 2006
Jon Meyer: Yeti and Other Works
The Yeti was thought to be a mythical beast from the high Himalayas. Other names
for it are Bigfoot, Sasquatch, and the Abominable Snowman. It’s sighting
out of hedges and around the Butler Institute has been documented by John Meyer,
an artist/designer and media videographer. This documentation and other works
by this new age artist will be on view at in the Butler’s Beecher Center
January 30 - October
Michael Hardesty : New Installations
These two new installation works by advent garde artist, created specifically
for the Butler Institute, will feature digital sound and video technologies designed
to engage the viewer in an other-worldly atmosphere of color and light.