Marina Zurkow's Event Horizon opens in San Francisco

Event Type: 
exhibition
Start Date: 
3 Dec 2015
Hours: 
5:30PM-7:30PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
The Center, 505 Howard Street
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Mesocosm (Wink, Texas), 2012 Software-driven animation. 144-hour year-long cycle (never repeats). Color, animation, sound

Marina Zurkow's research-based work probes the psychological space of impending environmental hardship with equal parts alarm and wonder. The digital, sculptural, and print works on view represent nuanced attempts to understand the thing we call nature in the context of climate change. Our very survival within this complex, non-anthropocentric world is the greatest creative task we face. Read an interview with her here. 

On view 12/03-02/13
Artist talk at 6:30PM, moderated by Roddy Schrock, Director, Eyebeam.
Please RSVP here.

This exhibition is the inaugural event of a partnership between Eyebeam and the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, a non-profit organization created to connect, inspire, and educated aspiring and current entrepreneurs. Over the course of a year, Eyebeam will present three art exhibitions, with the aim of highlighting game-changing creative practices.