This group presentation brings together works by 11 gallery artists working at the intersection of art and technology. Employing light, sound, and an array of digital technologies—including LEDs and custom-built software—the pieces on view are united by an experimental approach to materiality and an interactive nature. Spanning the experiential to the conversational, the presentation as a whole reflects art’s unique capacity to shape lived experience and consciousness.
Featured artists include: David Byrne, Mary Corse, DRIFT, John Gerrard, JR, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, Random International, Michal Rovner, teamLab, Leo Villareal, and Robert Whitman. An interest digital technologies and their application in the art-making process is a fundamental facet of Pace’s program, and is part of a legacy that began with foundational artists Robert Irwin, Keith Sonnier, and James Turrell.
Press release courtesy Pace Gallery.