Is buying a hologram in your dreams, but not your budget? Test your luck by entering our raffle for this beautiful hologram, Radiant Spring #7 by August Muth. 100% of proceeds benefit CURRENTS New Media thanks to this generous donation from the artist. Raffle tickets start at just $10! This raffle ends on May 20th. Learn more about the piece and buy tickets by clicking the button below!
Join us as we light up the night! On the eve of the International Day of Light, and the second to last weekend to see the show, we will be hosting open hours of Altered Light at night so that you can see this collection of holograms and projected videos in their true glory! These works are truly spectacular, especially without the distraction daytime glare or reflection. We will also be showing River of Light, a pop-up outdoor laser installation by artist August Muth. This celebratory installation will reveal light’s material character while allowing for physical interaction.
We are allowing a limited number of visitors in the gallery at a time for COVID safety, but doors will be open and guests will be welcome to linger outside on our front porch and watch the laser light display!
Join us in conversation with Linda Law, Executive Director of the Center for the Holographic Arts, (HoloCenter), and August Muth of the Santa Fe holography studio, The Light Foundry, on May 2nd at 11am MT. Linda and August will explore “The Art of Casting Light” in a live discussion on the essence of Holography. This event is a collaboration between CURRENTS New Media and the HoloCenter in support of Altered Light and the Center for the Holographic Art’s new Webinar series and upcoming online courses about Holography. ** Registration required for this online discussion: REGISTER HERE**
For more information, visit the Facebook Event page.
Currents 826 will be showing work from several new media artists this summer in conjunction with CURRENTS’ main exhibition at CCA Santa Fe. The show includes work by Reilly Donovan, Joan Perlman, Mint Woraya & Michelle Hessel, Maxime Corbeil-Perron and Dora Tass and will run during the festival (June 18-27) and throughout the summer.