Saturday, June 27, 2009

Ballard, Le Guin, Delaney inspired exhibit shows at Henry Art Gallery

"Ann Lislegaard: 2062," an exhibit of science fiction inspired digital animation, shows through August 23 at Henry Art Gallery, the University of Washington, Seattle. Artist Ann Lislegaard creates in Copenhagen and New York. "2062" is her first solo show in an American museum. The exhibit includes installations based on JG Ballard’s The Crystal World (1966), Ursula K. Le Guin's Left Hand of Darkness (1969) and Samuel R. Delany's Dalghren (1975). In constructs of sound and light, the art explores time, space and place perception.

What does this look like? See photos of the exhibit. What does this mean? Read reviews and interviews on lislegaard.com. What's your experience? Go to the gallery.

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