Intermedia explorations at Asymmetrick
Rockland — Asymmetrick Arts, 405 Main St., will feature the exhibition “See, Touch, Hear,” work by John Bell, Richard Corey and Bethany Engstrom, beginning Friday, Sept. 21. The public is invited to an opening reception Friday, Sept. 28 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The exhibit runs through Oct. 19, with an artists' talk Friday, Oct. 5 at 3 p.m.
Utilizing the visual and looking beyond it, “See, Hear, Touch” explores the possibilities of engaging the senses in art today. This exhibition will present new and existing projects that engage the viewer in new ways of participating and interacting with work through the use of visuals, audio and tactile experiences. Keeping the focus on these particular senses, Bell’s work looks to the visual and includes the graphic work “Art for Sale” and new media piece “Emote8.” Corey will explore ideas of touch with his installation “Spitting Into the Wind,” configured to the gallery space; and Engstrom will include an audio object “Untitled (Marriage)” and a new sound installation “Into the Woods/The bodies brush together …”
All three artists hold MFAs in Intermedia from the University of Maine and are currently Interdisciplinary PhD candidates working collaboratively at UMaine.
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