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Mathematics of Light by Chin-Chih Yang
Multidisciplinary artist Chin Chih Yang was born in Taiwan and has resided in New York City for many years. His interest in ecology and constructed environments has resulted in interactive performances and installations that have been exhibited nationally and internationally. Mathematics of Lights sculpture/installation made of cans, tubing from hospital oxygen masks and other recyclable materials signals a conservation aesthetic in a society for the most part dedicated to waste. Yang’s work represents what these wastes might have gone on to pollute the planet, had they not been put to more creative use. Essential to Mathematics of Light is the use of modern technologies that enables the artist to create an immersive environment allowing viewers to interact with and even move about in it.
Admission is free.
|Where||Towson University 8000 York Rd, Towson, MD 21252 (Asian Arts Gallery, Center for the Arts)|
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|Time||11:00 am–4:00 pm|
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