You’ve got TWO chances to be among the first to see London-based Hungarian artist Bálint Bolygó’s debut US exhibitions.
The show, a joint effort between Boston Cyberarts Gallery in Jamaica Plain and Emerson College’s Huret & Spector Gallery, opens at both locations tonight and is something you won’t want to miss.
Bolygó creates elaborate drawing machines and sculptures powered by natural forces–gravity, light, etc.–that explore the similarities between artistic and scientific creation. His work was even featured at the London Olympics.
Its a small and tech-heavy show, but you don’t need a physics degree to enjoy this one.
4pm @Huret and Spector Gallery
6pm @Boston Cyberarts Gallery
All Ages // Free