It’s been called “retinally intoxicating.”
Artist, writer, editor Thomas Micchelli comments on the “forthrightness of this work” and the “irresistible intensity of its designs and pigments…”
In 2012 the exhibition Doppler Stop, curated by Mel Prest, traveled to Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Berlin, and Zagreb. It included works from artists from the US, the Netherlands, Germany and France. The exhibition catalog explained, “…work that optically straddles this un-locatable perceptual space where static objects move and shift or trigger simultaneous sense readings.”
An expanded exhibition, Doppler, showed at Parallel Art Space in Bushwick, Brooklyn in 2013.
Now, Doppler Shift, curated by Mary Birmingham, is a revisitation with variation of the previous exhibitions.
Come and experience the exhibition for yourself.
There are a variety of ways to do that:
Opening reception Sunday, September 28th, 1-4pm
Stop & Go 3D screening Wednesday, October 1st, 7pm
An Afternoon of New Music, November 9th, 2pm
Art Afternoon: Walk & Talk, January 11th 2-4pm
M, T, W & F 10am-5pm
Th 10 am-8pm
Sa & Su 11am-4pm
Visual Arts Center of New Jersey
68 Elm St, Summit, NJ 07901