Quantum: an installation of glass, light, and sound
Jon Clark • Angus Powers • Jesse Daniels
April 23 — August 20, 2017
Imagine your sense of wonder as a child looking through the glistening dew on the grass in the morning light. Quantum is an exhibition that recalls that sense of wonder and more in a total environment, or installation, created by Jon Clark, Angus Powers and Jesse Daniels. This glass, light and sound filled environment suggests their response to the power and intimacy of such a moment in nature and how this experience changes with time.
Quantum is about experiences with natural phenomena and a sense of scale: both large and small. It is about transient matter, such as light and time, and how they evolve. The artists have created an immersive scene that engages our senses through glass surfaces, video projections with flickering light, as well as atmospheric sound designed to suggest changes in light and time.
Third Wednesdays at Noon
This is an installation by the same artists that is very similar to “Quantum”.
Learn more about the artists on their websites
|Jon Clark||Angus Powers||Jesse Daniels|
Richard L. Johnson Memorial Exhibition
This exhibition is supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the state of Wisconsin and The National Endowment for the Arts.