Hang Art’s New Neon Art Window Installation
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Hang Art | 567 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Hang Art, a 20-year old gallery and artist incubator, has just installed their latest Guest Spot window installation by Oakland-based neon artist, Camille MacRae.
Fabricated specifically for the gallery, Viral Dwellings is an arrangement of neon Petri dishes filled with amorphous light configurations. In her practice, MacRae is known for using neon, steel, and found objects to create art about feelings that are too ambiguous and difficult to name.
During a historically unpredictable time in our world, MacRae has fabricated Viral Dwellings to act as bacterial cultures that are capable of feeling and echoing these uncertain feelings. Co-Curator, Meryl Pataky
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