06 Dec Dec. 8-Dec. 13: “Bordered” multimedia gallery opens at WSU Tri-Cities
By James Arslanian, WSU Tri-Cities student
RICHLAND, Wash.— A multimedia art exhibition called “Bordered” featuring interactive electronic sculptures, immersive installations, paintings, print and multichannel video and sound works opens Thursday, Dec. 8, at the Washington State University Tri-Cities Art Gallery in the Consolidated Information Center (CIC) building on campus.
WSU Tri-Cities will hold an opening reception for the exhibition from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, at the WSU Tri-Cities Art Gallery in the Consolidated Information Center (CIC). The reception is free and open to the public. The showcase will run through Dec. 13.
The Bordered group exhibition was curated by Peter Christenson, assistant professor of fine arts, and showcases 12 multimodal projects developed by students during his fall digital technology & culture course Advanced Multimedia Authoring.
WSU Tri-Cities student and participating artist James Arslanian said the concept of Bordered as a title for the show highlights “an exhibition that pushes the boundaries of art and the constraints of multimedia representational pieces of art work.”
The show includes innovative and cutting-edge installations by media artists Hope Neidhold, Shawn La Fortune, Ivan Roman, Jordan Parker, Jesse Nguyen, Rachel McCall and Arslanian.
Peter Christenson, WSU Tri-Cities assistant professor of fine arts, 509-372-7285, firstname.lastname@example.org