Pioneers of Video and New Media Art Now at Cornish
Dramatic sweeps of light, color, and image in the Main Gallery and monitors hung like jewel boxes in the President’s Gallery, 4x3 Data, Flux & Strange Objects is open to the public at Cornish. The art exhibition at the College’s main campus highlights the work of Steina and Woody Valsulka, pioneers of new media art since the 1970s, and the work of NoiseFold, the collaboration of David Stout and Cory Metcalf whose 21st century performances melding video art and music have been called the spiritual offspring of the Valsulkas. The closing date for the exhibition is December 12. A variety of events between December 10 and 13 will allow the public to meet these artists in person and discuss their groundbreaking work at numerous events at the Cornish College of the Arts and the Henry Gallery at the University of Washington.