Hear + Now: A Drive-thru Art Exhibition
TEDxUTAustin presents Hear and Now, a drive-thru art exhibition* featuring art from UT Austin students, faculty, and Austin community members. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected a vast amount of people, and the artist community has been among the hardest hit. Hear and Now explores what it means to be a viewer forced to be physically separated from art. It seeks to restore elements of art viewing that have been lost because of the virtual shift, asking the viewer to be self-conscious of how one may feel deactivated or “muted” in our current circumstances.
Dates: March 5 - 6th, 2021 Hours: 1 PM - 10 PM on both days; 10 PM last entrance
Where: San Antonio Garage - Behind Space 24 in West Campus Exhibition takes place on floors 4-7 of the garage.
Artists: Steve Parker - Sonic Meditations of Rome; Brian Korgel - tobo Nike Project Move - World of Movement Texas Immersives - Texas Immersive Exhibit; Emily Lee - The Right the Side is On; Abby Raffle and Caroline Perkison - The Hostess, Like A Spider With Flies; Morgan Gage - Survey Coursing Towards Unifying Perspective Variety; Jorge Wunch - We are Nature; Celine Lassus - is this what U want?; Madison Cooper - how about that weather, Riverside; Dr riel Sturchio - skin prints; Hannah Spector - rattlesnake (the meaning of the word); CC Calloway - HEAD; Abby Evans and TD Simons - Death Farce; Jeffrey Gan - Tumpeng Study
For more information, visit hearandnow.eventbrite.com.
*Please note that the TEDx exhibition Here and Now is shared as an supplemental resource to those participating in Explore UT. Participation will require purchase of a ticket for access.