Monday, October 6th, 2014 4:00pm-6:00pm
Exhibition Duration: October 6th -31st, 2014
Where: Kasian Gallery
Faculty of Environmental Design (EVDS)
Room PF2145, Professional Faculties Building University of Calgary
2800 University Drive NW
About Neon: Audio Visual
Neon: Audio Visual is an exhibition that explores the medium of neon through an audio and visual sensory journey. What place does neon have in the built environment? How does neon help us communicate, navigate and landmark throughout our city? How are we (the public) affected by neon? These are just a few of the questions the exhibition seeks to answer. Typically, neon is used to make road-side signage; its high visibility makes it an ideal advertising medium for car and consumer culture interrelating them closely. However, testing our relationship with neon language and light, three Albertan artists; Dick Averns, Don Hill and Neil Martin, expand on the medium outside of the advertising realm and approach it from alternative perspectives.
About the Kasian Gallery
Sponsored by Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning Ltd, the Kasian Gallery is the main social gathering space for Environmental Design. The gallery plays an essential role in the life of our faculty – providing valuable space for our students, faculty members and professionals to display their research and work. The Kasian Gallery serves a vital function of demonstration and inspiration for design. The Kasian Gallery is located just outside of EVDS reception in the Professional Faculties building, room PF 2145, and is easily accessed by the University community.
Jayda Karsten Independent Curator firstname.lastname@example.org 403-667-7272