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Joseph Difazio

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OPENING of FLASH OF AN INSTANT @New Art Center (Newton)

Expand your mind, and reconsider what you think you already know with this group show curated by CAITIE MOORE and SARAH POLLMAN. The multi-media exhibit explores and questions photography’s ability to accurately document our experiences. On display are photographs by JOHN STECK JR.,ROBIN MYERS, MARK DORF, SAM A. HARRIS and SHARON HARPER. There are also kinetic sculptures by ANNE LILY that mark and change the space they occupy, hidden paintings by JOHN C. GONZALEZ and THOMAS WILLIS and an interactive installation by PABLO GNECCO. Get on the green line and get out there!

Joseph Difazio

| Archived Events

OPENING of FLASH OF AN INSTANT @New Art Center (Newton)

Expand your mind, and reconsider what you think you already know with this group show curated by CAITIE MOORE and SARAH POLLMAN. The multi-media exhibit explores and questions photography’s ability to accurately document our experiences. On display are photographs by JOHN STECK JR.,ROBIN MYERS, MARK DORF, SAM A. HARRIS and SHARON HARPER. There are also kinetic sculptures by ANNE LILY that mark and change the space they occupy, hidden paintings by JOHN C. GONZALEZ and THOMAS WILLIS and an interactive installation by PABLO GNECCO. Get on the green line and get out there!

Joseph Difazio

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PUBLIC ART: PHASES @Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion

PHASES is an art installation by SOPHIA BRUECKNER and CATHERINE D’IGNAZIO

commissioned for the Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion near State Street and Atlantic

Avenue. The piece was curated by BOSTON CYBER ARTS and opened on July 8th

The installation, only visible at night, is reminiscent of a Lite Brite or pixilated

videogame showing moonlight on waves. The motion of this graphic is programmed

to reflect real-time information from the Boston Harbor such as the tides and moon

phases.

Joseph Difazio

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PUBLIC ART: PHASES @Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion

PHASES is an art installation by SOPHIA BRUECKNER and CATHERINE D’IGNAZIO

commissioned for the Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion near State Street and Atlantic

Avenue. The piece was curated by BOSTON CYBER ARTS and opened on July 8th

The installation, only visible at night, is reminiscent of a Lite Brite or pixilated

videogame showing moonlight on waves. The motion of this graphic is programmed

to reflect real-time information from the Boston Harbor such as the tides and moon

phases.

Joseph Difazio

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