Hybrid Forms is an exhibition of works by ten artists whose practices cross disciplines. Made in the last decade, each piece is a sculpture that incorporates digital technology, video, sound, or light. The exhibition begins conceptually with Nam June Paik’s altered analog television, first created in 1963, and continues through Kurt Mueller’s interactive karaoke machine made in response to President Obama’s election. This exhibition offers a quiet alternative to the bombardment of media that has… Show more
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