Exhibition at Gray Area Foundation for the Arts
by Gray Area Foundation for the Arts
The Gray Area studios have operated as a laboratory for its five artists in residence, fostering the creation of projects that overlap technology and traditional media. Using this collaborative workspace, the artists have created multi-disciplinary works that include immersive environments, digitally fabricated sculpture, kinetic paintings, audiovisual software/hardware, and other mixed media experiments. PROTOTYPE was a dynamic group exhibition featuring a collection of individual and collaborative works created by our very first class of Resident Artists, and made its debut on January 5th, 2010.
Featuring works by Ryan Alexander, Gabriel Dunne, Daniel Massey, Alphonzo Solorzano, Miles Stemper
Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA) is a San Francisco-based nonprofit dedicated to building social consciousness through digital culture. Guided by the principles of openness, collaboration, and resource sharing, our programs promote creativity at the intersection of art, design, sound, and technology. A conduit for multidisciplinary creative exchange, GAFFTA supports the creation and diffusion of works that engage and inspire audiences, and offer meaningful contributions to the global movement that is shaping our collective experience.