An Exhibition of Evidence in Collaboration with BAASICS
Featuring an Essay by Laura Cassidy Rogers
3 October – 8 November, 2014
In their search for evidence of theories that better explain our physical reality, scientists often discover unexpected and beautiful phenomena. The researchers who created the images and videos included in “Experimental Space” did not have an art gallery in mind while they worked. Nevertheless, the images, figures, and data on view are aesthetically compelling and seductive. Through this exhibition, Aggregate Space Gallery and BAASICS bring scientific images and perspectives from the laboratory and the academic journal to the realm of art, where subjectivity trumps objectivity and ambiguity is more celebrated than demystification.
Featuring Evidence by: Erin Jarvis Alberstat, PhD candidate; Roger Anguera, Multimedia Engineer; Daniel J. Cohen, PhD; Sara M. Freeman, PhD; Luke Gilbert, PhD; Angela Kaczmarczyk, PhD candidate; Arnaud Martin, PhD; Brian Null, PhD; and Dr. Peter D. Roopnarine, PhD.
3 October 6-10pm
Second Saturday Artist Talk
11 October 11am
First Friday Event
7 November 5-8pm
Featherboard Writing Series and Chapbook Release
Featuring Writer-in-Residence Tom Comitta
8 November 6pm