Seeing/Knowing exhibition at Gund Gallery
The Gund Gallery is opening at Kenyon College this fall with an inaugural exhibition called Seeing/Knowing. It’s open from 29 October 2011 to 4 March 2012. The exhibition includes works from myself, Diana Cooper, Andreas Nicolas Fischer & Benjamin Maus, Michael Joaquin Grey, Eduardo Kac, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Benjamin Maus & Julius von Bismarck, Emma McNally, Julie Mehretu, Nathalie Miebach, Matthew Ritchie, Camille Utterback, Jorinde Voigt, and Marius Watz.
Curated by Gund Gallery director Natalie Marsh, the inaugural exhibition Seeing/Knowing explores the experience of information in contemporary art. After 50 years of new media culture—the world of TV, the internet, and virtual reality—and 50 years of new media art—creative computer-based and digital expression—technological ways of thinking have permeated the creative processes of artists working in all media. Gathering together works of art from multiple continents, Seeing/Knowing offers a global view of the expanded ways that art represents thought.