Mark Wilson: Unstructured Structures
The Tremaine Art Gallery is pleased to present the exhibit Unstructured Structures featuring the work of artist Mark Wilson. The exhibit will run March 26 - May 5 with a reception March 30, 4 - 6 p.m.
Mark Wilson is a pioneer in the field of digital and computer generated art, first learning programming with the intention to create art in 1980. He has exhibited widely, including seven SIGGRAPH art shows, "Computers and Art" at the IBM Gallery in New York City, "ArtWare" at the Hannover CeBit, and Nokia's Gallerie Atelier E in Zürich. The Victoria and Albert Museum included his work in the 2010 exhibition, Digital Pioneers. Putnam published his book, Drawing with Computers, of which Scientific American remarked, "...perhaps the path no one quite knows toward the new art we hope for one day."
The Tremaine Art Gallery is located in the main building of The Hotchkiss School. With education at the heart of its mission, the gallery hosts approximately six exhibitions a year. For more information about this and other events at The Hotchkiss School, phone 860.435.4423 or visit www.hotchkiss.org/arts. The Tremaine Art Gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.