Tuesday, February 1, 2011

PCA Eight Solo Exhibits for Winter 2011 Pgh PA




Eight Solo Exhibits for Winter 2011

Pittsburgh Filmmakers/Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (PF/PCA) announces eight solo shows – including an exhibit by Carnegie Mellon University professor Golan Levin – on view February 11 through March 20, 2011. An opening reception* will be held on Friday evening, February 11 from 5:30 to 8:00pm. It is open to the public; $5 donation requested; free to PF/PCA members. The exhibition offers a wide range of visual works in a variety of mediums from regional artists.



Golan Levin

Looking at Looking at Looking, Golan Levin

Through performances, digital artifacts, and virtual environments, Golan Levin's art applies creative twists to digital technologies, highlighting human connections with machines. At CMU, Levin is an Associate Professor of Electronic Art, with courtesy appointments in Computer Science and Design. In this exhibit his audiovisual work explores the intersection of art, science and technology. more >>


Motherlands

Motherlands, by Heidi Bender

Bender, currently the resident artist at Good Earth farm in Athens, Ohio, investigates the effect of technological globalization on the forming and keeping of personal relationships in her installations. more >>


Ruination, by Seth Clark

Ruination, by Seth Clark

Clark moved to Pittsburgh two years ago, and the Massachusetts native finds inspiration in the row houses and giant abandoned factories of the Steel City.
more >>


Midway, by Aaron Henderson

Midway, by Aaron Henderson

Henderson presents video installations from footage captured at state and county fairs in Indiana and South Carolina. The multi-channel videos examine the impromptu performances, staged competitions and visceral revelations that attendees experience while riding carnival rides. more >>


The Space Between

The Space Between, by Anna E. Mikolay

Mikolay is a Western PA artist with a studio at Unsmoke Systems in Braddock. She
is creating a visual metaphor in her paintings, while exploring how the mind works – the wide gamut of multi tasking, making associations, shifting thoughts, and the calmness of a mind that has been quieted. more >>


The Space BetweenRodin, by Henry J. Simonds

Pittsburgh-based writer, editor, producer and photographer presents Rodin, a series of 10 photographic images taken at the Musée Rodin in Paris.more >>


Pleasant Momentum

Pleasant Momentum, by Ian Page

Page is a Pittsburgh-based sculptor and videomaker. The installations and videos in this show play with the trajectory of flesh and technology. more >>


Rare is the New Medium

Rare Is the New Medium, by Gerald Van Scyoc

Ohio-based artist Gerald Van Scyoc has been painting for more than 20 years, but has also worked in video and graphic design. more >>


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