The Studio of Eric Valosin

Monday, February 2, 2015

Opening into Infinity

Here are a few shots from the opening of Getting to Infinity at Seton Hall University's Walsh Gallery. I am proud to have been in very strong company. Any one of the artists could have stolen the show, except that the show had already been stolen by Jessica Angel's stellar immersive installation (literally, an immersive, diagrammatic installation of the visible cosmos, oriented to be precisely aligned with real space at 6 pm on the day of the opening.)
Jessica Angel's installation 
Gianluca Bianchino, The Singularity
Julie Oldham, In the Beginning there was Nothing (still) 
Travis LeRoy Southworth, The Continuous Work Drawings, line drawings made with mouse tracking software on his work computer as he edits photos and images.

Foreground: man posing with Chad Stayrook's Ejection Seat #3, Background: Man standing near my Dissolvation
Which brings me to my own piece of this show, Dissolvation. For the backstory and an explanation, you can follow the link below to the first post about the project.

I want to thank everyone who came out. I had a great time talking with you all and sharing in the excellent work!

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