Altered Landscapes: An Immersive Environment,”
presents five unique panoramic cultural landscapes
projected on four walls simultaneously. The exhibition,
incorporating animation, video, and sound will be on view at
Salisbury University’s Electronic Gallery from November 4-28.
The artists’ works in animation, video, and sound examine our
relationships to nature, culture, environment, technology and
Marina Zurkow’s “Heroes of the Revolution” uses multi-channel
video animation to explore apocalyptic fantasies centering on
climate change and its effect on water, ice, humans, and
Jeff Thompson ‘s “Glistening Waves Fill my Mouth” is a video
project which uses customized computer programs to assign human
vocal sounds to movements of light in a natural landscape.
Multi-media artists Andrew Kaufman and Donna Stack are
collaborating on their installation for "Altered Landscapes".
Andrew Kaufman uses a variety of media to create experiential
and engaging reflections of his personal observations within
society. Donna Stack's work deals primarily with ideas of
authenticity and duality.
Gerald Habarth uses painting and drawing on a large scale to
create animations that overflow boundaries and incorporate
fantastic imagery to describe and defy space and time.
Craig Coleman's installations blend photography, electronics,
image projection, sound, and various human interactive devices.
Using humor and irony, his work seeks the similar in the
dissimilar, and tries to extract meaningful metaphors out of
throw away items.