May 4th - May 27th, 2019
7 days a week, 11am–7pm
Thursday late night, 11am–9pm
323 Canal Street, New York City
Within this exhibit, we explore synesthesia. Synesthesia is a condition in which one human sense is simultaneously perceived as one or more additional senses.
Artist Moral Turgeman has conceived of a collaborative art space —a dreamscape—anchored by the debut of her sound vessel. Turgeman titled in honor of Heinrich Hertz’s work. Hertz focused on frequency and proved the existence of the electromagnetic waves theorized by James Maxwell's electromagnetic theory of light.
Within the dreamscape, contributing artists have created soundscapes, visual stimulation, and olfactory activation. A secondary installation inspired by light energy (biophoton emission) measured in living food has been brought to life through Kelsey Falter’s ongoing project called Overgood in collaboration with artist Dominik Tarabanski.
You are invited to experience your own frequency and how your energy evolves through exposure to sound, light, scent, and living things that can transmit energy within our bodies. Exclusively for the dreamscape, scent artist Tansy Kaschak has crafted a scent composed of natural essences that aims to heighten your sensory awareness.
Special thanks to Wallplay On Canal and the communal efforts of the creators who aided in bringing Heinrich’s dreamscape to life.
Heinrich’s dreamscape is on view: 7 days a week 11am - 7pm, Thursday late night 11am - 9pm. Please check back weekly for additional contributors.
Contributing artists include:
Adi Dahiya Bowie Alexander Braulio Sotomayor Daniella Midenge Dominik Tarabanski Gesine Thomson Joe Mckee Jessica Lawson Kelsey Falter Natasha Tomchin Nick Monaco Tansy Kaschak
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