Perceptual Tracking: A Color
is currently on exhibition.
exhibit focuses around a collaborative installation by Leah Brown, Christian
Feneck and Peter Symons. On entering the space, viewers will experience a
visual immersion of color and form interacting with custom, color shifting
light that gives the sensation of movement, while concealing and revealing as
it shifts through the spectrum. This color-space combines
narrative-driven sculptural elements with color-field painting and atmospheric
lighting. This creates four distinct views of a visually confusing scene
that combines elements of the organic and inorganic, the "real" and
the perceived, predator and prey.
Contemporary artists Henning Haupt, Donna Haynes, Bonney Goldstein,
Virginia Fifield and Jen Clay have created pieces exhibited in the front gallery around the overarching theme of perception.
The exhibition will be at the Frank until Sunday, March 11th.