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“Red Rooms” Hyper-artificial Enviroment: Light & Shadow Exhibit | San Jose

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Saturday, May 23, 2015 - 12:00 pm | Cost: FREE
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art | 560 S. First St, San Jose, CA

Event Details

Amy M. Ho will create a hyper-artificial environment that envelops the viewer and transforms the sense of space by projected light and shadows.

Red Rooms is a two-channel video projection that was created by the artist photographing two views of a miniature architectural model lit in two different ways — one lit from in front and another from behind. Providing the viewer a heightened sense of space, architecture and the environment, Ho states “My work strives to make us actually feel the world around us.”

Amy M. Ho is based in San Francisco and graduated from Mills College and University of California, Berkeley. She is a recipient of the Herringer Family Foundation Prize for Excellence in Art, Phelan, Murphy, Cadogan Fellowship; Jay DeFeo Fellowship; and San Francisco Arts Commission Individual Artist Grant.

Opening Reception: Sunday, May 31, 1-4pm

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Cost: FREE
Categories: Art & Museums
Address: 560 S. First St, San Jose, CA