EyeShow: A Virtual Exhibition (Second in a Series)
by Stephen Kobasa | Feb 29, 2012 11:52 am
Posted to: Arts & Culture, EyeShow
Last month the Independent launched a year-long virtual “exhibition” called Eye Show; a different local artist each month will debut and exhibit original works here in this online “gallery,” then participate in a year-end group show. There was no question about inviting Insook Hwang to contribute to this project. Her enthusiasm and inventiveness have already marked many places in our community, as she notes in her comment below:
These works reflect my personal experience in New Haven. Hi New Haven’ represents my arrival and my fresh impressions of the atmosphere in this city. The centered structure came from my memory of Lighthouse Point.
Dance to the Light depicts the blissful moments of my life in New Haven living as an artist and sharing my art, love and ideas with the people and friends that I met. The green and pink colored monitor shapes represent the organizations of Art and Education (Artspace, E.C.A., Albertus Magnus College and the Arts Council) where I taught or exhibited my works.
– Insook Hwang
[More information about Insook Hwang and her work here]
Previous EyeShow installments: