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Lunch on Fridays: Entropical Paradise

April 16 2021

When 11:30am - 12:30pm

A scene from "Afterlife" by Caroline Campion.

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Spend your lunch hour hearing from the artists of Entropical Paradise and taking a virtual walk-through of the exhibition during our Lunch on Fridays lecture series.

This event will be hosted on Zoom Webinar via this link:

Entropical Paradise is an exhibition of ambitious video installations by students taking CIA's Advanced Video and Digital Cinema Projects course. It offers an immersive sensory experience that tests the bounds of the physical, the virtual and the real. Featuring eight dynamic video installations that incorporate large-scale projection, multiple monitors, sculpture and sound, the exhibition presents unique ways of seeing and experiencing the world through a stunning display of artificial environments.

Covering an array of subject matter—spirituality, consumerism, the environment and virtual architecture—these artists are unified in their urgency to be seen and remain present within the noise of uncertainty and disorder.

The exhibition's featured artists are: Elena Beitzel, Caroline Campion, Murong Chen, Liam Darby, Sydney Nicole Kay, Zane Millecchia, Chenghao Pan and Kaliban Zehe.

Entropical Paradise was organized in collaboration with Reinberger Gallery and CIA faculty member Jacob Koestler. The show will be on view in Reinberger Gallery from March 26 through April 23. Guests may see the show in person on Wednesdays and Fridays; email the gallery to schedule an appointment.

Please note: When you click on this link, Zoom will open a web browser and prompt you to download (or update) your software. You may want to do this a few minutes prior to start time, so that you're ready when the presentation begins.


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