Exhibit Opening The 3D Works of MONAD Studio Artists
|Venue:||Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU|
3-D Artists Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg of MONAD Studio
3-D artists Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg of MONAD Studio present a series of ornate, 3D-printed panels hovering over the central space of the gallery, suspended from the ceiling as beacons of light. Each individual panel is articulated to represent a cosmology of communal relations such that the geometry of its subdivisions and connecting arms resonate with the overall rhythmic notion of the singular and the multiple fused together. The result is a walk-through experience presenting Jewish cultural heritage in a new, vibrant and engaging format. Exhibition will be on view through February 25, 2018.
At the opening reception, MONAD Studios’ 3D printed titanium violin will be played by Michael Klotz, and the 3D printed monoviolincello will be played by Jason Calloway of the Amernet Quartet. The installation will feature a sound component, created specifically for this exhibition by composer Jacob Sudol.
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