2012 DXARTS BFA Exhibition

The Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) announces the DXARTS 2012 BFA Art Exhibition. The exhibit will be at the DXARTS Fremont Fab Lab, located at 102 1/2 NW 36th St in Seattle, WA. New video, systems, and sculpture works produced by graduating seniors will be featured. An opening reception will be held June 8th, 2012. The exhibit will be free and open to the public until June 10th, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM. 

Fusing contemporary artistic practice with experimental technologies, the DXARTS 2012 BFA Art Exhibition explores space, perception, and memory using video, stereoscopy, and installation. This show presents the work of fourteen seniors and marks both the completion of their Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees through the DXARTS program and the culmination of their artistic inquiry at the University of Washington. These immersive works are interrogations of physical, psychological, and virtual spaces, making use of a variety of innovative techniques and technologies.

Artists featured in this year's exhibition are:

David Heflin
Vin Hill
Mary Kawamura
Matthew Lord
Eva Malpaya
Chad McCurry
Mario Nima
Josh Peterson
Ashley Prescott
Hannah Sayre
Gaelen Sayres
Evan Swope
Jonathan Torone
Andrew Theisen

Date/Time

Opening Reception: Friday, June 8, 2012 at 6:00 PM.
Exhibition: June 8 - 10, 12PM to 6PM. 

Location

DXARTS Fremont Fab Lab
102 NW 36th St., Seattle, WA 98107 

Admission

Free

Website

http://www.dxarts2012bfashow.com/

Founded in 2001, the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS) is an interdisciplinary degree program at the University of Washington designed to support the emergence of a new generation of hybrid artists. DXARTS fosters the invention of new forms by synthesizing expanded studio research with pioneering advances in digital computing, information technologies, performance, science, and engineering. For more information about DXARTS, feel free to contact us via email at dxarts@u.washington.edu or visit our website at http://www.dxarts.washington.edu/.