H E L Y N D A V E N P O R T
Digital 05 Exhibition Information
Helyn Davenport's 3 images Demure, Dance of Hibiscus and Pink Lady will be on display.
An International Open Competition & Exhibition
of Digital Prints
the New York Hall of Science
ASCI's 7th International
Digital Print Exhibition
October 1 - January 15
New York Hall of Science
Reception: Oct.2, 2-5pm
This year's exhibition, will examine what artists and scientists would like to show us about the nature of the exquisite in all of its ramifications.
The New York Hall of Science
47-01 111th Street
Flushing Meadows-Corona Park
Queens, NYC 11368
October 1, 2005 - January 15, 2006
Organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI)
Digital'05: EXQUISITE, ASCI's seventh annual, international open competition and exhibition, examines what artists and scientists would like to reveal to us about the nature of the exquisite in all of its ramifications. Many contemporary artists have become adept at using computer graphics and other imaging and high-tech data translation tools to realize exquisite digital prints. Many of the images in this exhibition could never be accomplished by the human hand alone, and some are those that the human eye cannot see alone. These include: algorithmically hybridized flowers, images produced by computations from Strange Attractor equations, infrared landscapes, images exploring the mathematical structures of nature, and even those made by using computer code that simulates the behaviors of charged particles colliding in a bubble chamber.
Twenty-one artists were selected from 266 international entrants [from as far away as New Zealand, Hong Kong, and Argentina, as well as across the United States and Canada] to create this year's exhibition.
THIS YEAR'S JUROR:
Lynn Gamwell, Director of the Binghamton University Art Museum and Curator of the Gallery of Art and Science at the New York Academy of Sciences.
Time: Closed Monday; Tuesday - Thursday 9:30 am - 2 pm; Friday 9:30 am - 5 pm (free 2 - 5 pm); Saturday & Sunday 10 am - 6 pm; (free Sunday 10 - 11 am).
Location: The New York Hall of Science, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, NYC
Helyn's art: be it a standard or a digital camera, a digital image software or her darkroom, the results are equally unique, fascinating and her own. Not bound by her experience or knowledge, she captures her subjects as if they were butterflies - not disecting, not analyzing, but capturing the flight and the beauty.
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