Morgan Barnard Window Box Program: Solstice Event in Collaboration with Sci Art Santa Fe
In "Encountering the Unseen," presented by Sci Art Santa Fe, join a LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous) conversation that delves into the uncharted territories of consciousness, perception, and scientific emergence through art. Morgan Barnard will discuss his process in creating works that incorporate real-time data sets to create generative, immersive installations. On the eve of the solstice, the mechanical aperture within the temporary light art piece on display in the Window Box gallery at the Vladem Contemporary will be open for the longest duration during the installation. This in person LASER event, organized in collaboration with Leonardo/ISAST and Sci Art Santa Fe, connects scholars, artists, scientists, and thinkers for thought-provoking discussions on interdisciplinary work. Learn more at www.SciArtSantaFe.org and www.leonardo.info/isast/laser.html.
Sci Art Santa Fe is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization focusing on serving the community with art-science integrated events, programming and educational opportunities. www.SciArtSantaFe.org
Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (Leonardo/ISAST) is a non-profit serving a global network of distinguished scholars, artists, scientists, researchers and thinkers through programs focused on interdisciplinary work, creative output and innovation. Leonardo provides a virtual community for networking, research and events in Art/Science/Technology. Leonardo began hosting a network of Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous (LASER) public outreach talks around the world in 2008. LASERs take place in Zurich, Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, New York City, London and Montreal, Santa Fe (via Biocultural) and other locations. For more information on LASER visit: http://www.leonardo.info/isast/laser.htm
Morgan Barnard, a Santa Fe based New Media artist, creates experiential, immersive artworks that explore the emergent nature of reality by combining systems from the natural world and generative media, offering an experimental platform for interactive experiences and performance-based pieces. His captivating projections, lighting installations, screen-based art, and physical media take viewers on journeys through museums, galleries, festivals, and public spaces. With a diverse background in fine art, education, filmmaking, music, and interactive design, Barnard infuses each creation with a unique, multidisciplinary sensibility.
His art delves into how our perception shapes the way we experience reality, blurring the boundaries between what we see and what is objectively present. Through his work, he invites audiences to contemplate the intricacies of perception and the ever-changing world around us.