Sunday, March 25, 2012

Doppler Stop

Doppler Stop is an international traveling exhibition organized by Mel Prest. The exhibition features works by 19 artists living in the US and Europe. The exhibition title refers to the Doppler Effect as well as synesthesia. The intent of the exhibition is to visually question or crush the illusion of difference between 2D and 3D. The artists chosen have created work that optically straddles this un-locatable perceptual space where static objects move and shift or trigger simultaneous sense-readings. Doppler Stop was developed in tandem with STOP & GO 3-D, curated by Sarah Klein: a stop-motion animation festival traveling through Europe and Croatia spring and summer 2012. 
Participating artists include:

Albert Roskam  (Leiden, NL / Paris, FR)
Brent Hallard  (San Francisco, US)
Debra Ramsay  (New York, US)
Gay Outlaw  (San Francisco, US)
Gilbert Hsiao  (New York, US)
Gracia Khouw  (Amsterdam, NL)
Guido Winkler  (Leiden, NL)
Henri√ętte van 't Hoog  (Amsterdam, NL)
Iemke van Dijk (Leiden, NL)
Jos√© Heerkens  (Zeeland, NL)
Karen Schifano  (New York, US)
Kevin Finklea  (Philadelphia, US)
Mel Prest  (San Francisco, US)
Nancy White  (Redwood City, US)
Patricia Zarate  (New York, US)
Richard Bottwin  (New York, US)
Ruth van Veenen  (Amsterdam, NL)
Sarah Klein  (San Francisco, US)
Steve Baris  (Philadelphia, US)    

More images and information will be posted soon. 
Meanwhile, please enjoy the STOP & GO 3-D trailer!

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