Professor Diane Willow Presents Tune-able Atmosphere
Interactive Light Sculpture is on view at Northrop and in Beijing
January 11, 2018
The Department of Art is proud to annouce the recent participation of Associate Professor Diane Willow in the International New Media Art Triennial Exhibition in Beijing, with the piece Tune-able Atmosphere - a large-scale interactive light sculpture.
With exhibitions in four venues across the city, Willow presented Tune-able Atmosphere at the 798 Enjoy Art Museum in the 798 Art District in Beijing.
Willow also gave a presentation at the related academic symposium held at the Beijing Film Academy and Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. This international symposium and exhibition was attended by artists, theorists, and curators from China, Japan, France, and Germany as well.
Lucky for us here in Minnesota, a related work, titled Horizon, is currently installed at the Institute for Advanced Study on the 2nd floor of Northrop Auditorium.
Horizon is a pair of tune-able atmospheres, one that can be tuned from each side of the glass window.