When: April 11-25, 2015
Location: First floor, northwest corner of Discovery Building
Cost: Free and open to the public
Contact: 608-316-4676, firstname.lastname@example.org
SCORCH is a show of branded prints and cyanotypes by WID collaborator and Art Professor Tom Loeser. It features images captured using fire and sunlight as mark-making devices. Some of the images were branded directly onto paper using steel brands that were heated red-hot. The indigo blue images are cyanotypes – created using direct sunlight. The work in SCORCH was accomplished during residencies in Colorado and Illinois in 2014 and 2015.
Note: The artwork is displayed in the windows of the Image Lab and is viewable from the sidewalk 24/7. The lab is only open to the public for special events.
WID’s Image Lab is a flexible, active work space dedicated to real-time creative activity to help encourage a different take on problem-solving. Led by Lynda Barry, discovery fellow, assistant professor and cartoonist, the lab hosts a variety of projects and people, emphasizing a hands-on approach to creating conditions for insight and discovery.
Questions? Send us an email or call us at (608) 316-4676.