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TECH EFFECT

The technology of yesterday, today and tomorrow continues to inspire artists worldwide. “Tech Effect,” running Oct. 4, 2018-Feb. 17. The exhibition surveys artists reflecting on the way technology impacts our lives and their art, or vice versa.

Fascinating works include Augmented Reality, immersive gallery installations, and interactive artwork. Works included by the following artists: Henry Ballate, Walter Brown, Miguel Chevalier, Ellen de Meijer, Brian Dettmer, Daniel Fiorda, Antoine Geiger, Speedy Graphito, Camomile Hixon, Allison Kotzig, Matthew LaPenta, Alain Le Boucher, Taekyeom Lee, Melissa McCabe, John Messinger, William Montgomery, Pia Myrvold, Elizabeth Phelps, Jonathan Rosen, Constance Scopelitis, Carlton Scott Sturgill, Sara Zaher

Opening celebration sponsored by BEACON SOUTH BEACH HOTEL, Miami Beach!

Atrium site-specific installation by Pia Myrvold sponsored by LUMITEC, Delray Beach.

Special thanks to the Norwegian Embassy for support of Pia Myrvold.

Image: “The Lost Generation: Wish You Were Here” by Sara Zaher

 

PAST EXHIBITIONS

 
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FLORA

A group exhibition of contemporary artwork incorporating themes inspired by the goddess of springtime, fertility, and flowers.

Immerse yourself in a larger-than-life installations and beauty!

March 2017 – September 2018

Opening Celebration presented by
Beacon South Beach Hotel, Miami Beach !

Image: "Floating Garden" by Amanda McCavour

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LOOKING GLASS

The exhibition was chosen as the first show in the newly renovated interior to showcase the Museum's beautiful updated space. The artwork in Looking Glass all features some type of reflective element, or a play on perception. Artwork in this show will come from all around the globe, with works from Denmark, London, Montreal, South Korea, and of course New York, Miami, and Los Angeles! The exhibition will literally reflect the viewer, creating a singular experience. By interacting with the artwork in this unique way, viewers will see themselves in the artwork and find a sense of belonging in the Cornell Art Museum, where art is for everyone.

Image: “Outer Reflection”, performance art and sculpture art by Lilibeth Rasmussen