Computer aided technology is no longer new. Over the past several decades, industry professionals and artists alike have explored and expanded digital technology, developing the tools and materials available to create a visual language built in the virtual sphere. In Handmade Hacking we ask what happens when the maker is interested in using the technology not as an end but as a means to push beyond the software? What happens when the artist moves deftly from handmade to digital and back again, blurring the distinctions between the methods of making? How many stages or degrees of separation might exist from design to outcome? This exhibition features the work of Erica Bello, James Betts, Sofia Björkman, Emily Cobb, Jeremy Diamond, Ben Dory, Stefan Gougherty, Lia Huntington, Maria Konschake, Maia Leppo, Florian Milker, Sarah Montagnoli, Annika Pettersson, Darja Popolitova, Gretchen Schreiber, Ellen Sisti, Katja Toporski, Devyn Vasquez, Aric Verrastro, Mallory Weston, Danny Xiu, Yingqi Puffy Zhao, and Gabriel Zwilling.

Exhibition dates: October 23 – November 27, 2020
with an opening reception Friday, October 23, 6 – 9 pm
Instagram Live opening Friday, October 23 at 6pm

work in image by James Betts

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