We’re back this year with a full slate of live events featuring our up-and-coming artists! All programming information is subject to change. Fees may apply.
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Channel is a design and technology studio based in New York City. They make identities, installations and experiences with an emphasis on creative tech and interactive applications. As a studio they are focused on the potential for new modes of interaction and engagement on the web and IRL to deepen connections between brands and audiences. Channel was founded by Seth Kranzler and Will Denton. They are part of NEW INC, the New Museum’s art and tech incubator.
Nontsikelelo Mutiti is a Zimbabwean-born visual artist and educator. She is invested in elevating the work and practices of Black peoples past, present, and future through a conceptual approach to design, publishing, archiving practices, and institution building. Mutiti holds a diploma in multimedia from the Zimbabwe Institute of Digital Arts and an MFA from the Yale School of Art, with a concentration in graphic design.
Cassi Namoda uses painting as an exercise in crossing cultural and historical references between her country of origin and the rest of the world. Using colors of intensities that range from the subtle to the acidic, applied in raw and expressive brushstrokes, the artist explores and cross-pollinates religious symbols with literary characters and real people, forging complex narratives. Namoda studies the unlikely meeting points between antagonistic mythologies and gives new meaning to symbols through boldly constructed images.
Tega Brain is an Australian-born artist and environmental engineer whose work examines issues of ecology, data systems, and infrastructure. She has created wireless networks that respond to natural phenomena, systems for obfuscating fitness data, and an online smell-based dating service. Her work has been shown widely including in the Vienna Biennale for Change and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Her first book, Code as Creative Medium, is co-authored with Golan Levin and published with MIT Press.
Note: Mason Gross Galleries will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving Recess, November 25–26. November 22–December 9 Reception Thursday, December 2 at 6 p.m. Presented in alignment with the Zimmerli Art Museum’s robust fall…