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Ulluh Hangs a Show

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In the end it is a sight to behold.  That is, the transformation from a workaday, poorly conceived upper gallery blank slate into a thoughtful exhibition of great beauty and striking talent. Feast your eyes on this…

The (almost) final instantiation of digital psychedelic art by ulluh

 

This is the first formal showing of ulluh’s art on planet earth, and it is an incredible testament to the power of digital art and artistic vision.

Here’s how the show went up.

Stands for the digital displays (seven of them in the show, all told), five on these rolling stands.

 

This window required covering, and the space could use some chopping up and conceptual clarity.

That’s more like it.  The blue leaks into the great hall like the glow of an old school TV.  All intentional design.

Screens booting up.  Each of these displays show three pieces in a six minute cycle.  They are synchronized.  The art gets an opportunity to speak for itself.

Romey’s couch and a 10.5 by 8 feet divider create a space for more intentional viewing.  This is where the absolutely stunning builds are shown in an 18 minute loop.  Watching the artist’s creative process is both informative and captivating.  Wow.  Once again, the blue light brings the space an altered reality.

Shadow box frames hover off the wall.

The rest of the space creates a natural eddy, flowing around the room, drawing the viewer in.

The prints go up, each its own reflection of a digital display.

A build caught in early action.

This art is the result of hundreds of hours of painstaking and thoughtful work.  Each piece has a deep story to tell.  Lean more here.

The show runs at the Barns of Rose Hill through July 2nd.

 

 

 

 

Dylan Kitselman’s MICA Installation

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An installation by Dylan Kitselman, student at MICA.

Ahead (dylan kitselman)

Ahead (dylan kitselman)

Up (dylan kitselman).

Up (dylan kitselman).

Down (dylan kitselman).

Down (dylan kitselman).