April 12, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
THE HEMI/MICA EXTREME ARTS PROGRAM, IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE SHERIDAN LIBRARIES, PRESENTS:
THE CURSE OF DIMENSIONALITY
BY KIMBERLY HALL, NOTTENE
Many artists rely on the occurrence of chance and mistake to help propel their work into new areas, and while that open-minded approach is sometimes elusive, it is often exciting. For this residency, Kimberly Hall tried to approach the work of Dr. Lori Graham-Brady and her students, who work with randomness in the behavior of non-homogenous materials, in this way. Kim became deeply impressed with the language the scientists were using. She found that the way the scientists spoke about their work and process felt deeply connected to the human condition and our struggles to find our way in the world. Kim, co-owner of Nottene design studio, has created a scratch-off wallpaper and transparent fabrics that aim to illustrate the practice of research and highlight the connection between discovery and meaning.
Milton S. Eisenhower Library, Q Level
3400 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD, 21218