May 5–October 8, 2017
Pattern Recognition: New Videos from Middle Tennessee
Bringing together videos and digital photographs by six artists working in Middle Tennessee, this exhibition explores the technical capacities of digital media to alter our sense of time and reality.
Showing natural and computer-generated patterns that weave, ripple, and flow in unpredictable ways, the works resist traditional notions of linear narrative. Each artist employs slow pacing, fluid transitions between recognizable and abstract imagery, and sound to induce feelings of reverie, pleasure, and mystery.
This exhibition was organized by the Frist Center for the Visual Arts.
Location: Conte Community Arts Gallery