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When Art and Technology Collide
Over the past few decades, art and technology have become more intertwined than ever before, whether it is through providing new ways to mix different types of media or simply changing the process of creation. Technology is therefore redefining art and providing artists with news ways to express themselves.
That’s what the exhibition “Material World: Art and Technology” at Saphira and Ventura Gallery, in New York, aims to show. The exhibition, which will have its opening night on August 24th, from 7pm to 9:30pm, will display the work of a group of six artists from different nationalities and backgrounds. Jackson Carvalho (Brasil), Estuardo Maldonado (Ecuador), Jose Maria Yturralde (Spain), Monica Sarmiento ( Ecuador)Celia Nahas Garcia(Brazil), and Elizabeth Damaray (US)will focus on how art and technology can collaborate together and how engaged technology is in every aspect of our daily life.
In the opening night, the participating artist Elizabeth Damaray, who is also Associate Professor of Fine Arts at Rutgers University, will conduct a conversation about the relation between art and technology directed to all audiences interested in the subject.
The exhibition is curated by Alcinda Saphira with the collaboration of Laura Valdez, Kyo Lee and Allana Pittard as assistant curators, and is produced by Gabriel Hamsi and Trevor Kroon.
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Art Exhibition: “Material World: Art and Technology” Where: Sapahira & Ventura Gallery
4W 43rd Street, Suite 415, New York, NY 10036 When: From Aug. 24th to Sep. 3rd
Opening Reception: Aug. 24th @7pm