Pink Noise Projects is pleased to present Gulch, Valley, Ravine: A Solo Exhibition by artist Jacob C. Hammes. The exhibition features new works that examine the architectures and symbols associated with global capitalism, rendered as detailed scale models and material experiments.
Winter Residency Program Opportunity
Almost Didn’t Happen
Ashes: A Solo Exhibition by Jen Brown
July Resident Francine K. Affourtit Program Announcement
Womb Hole Despite the fact that hearts don't physically break - we use the metaphor of a broken heart to illustrate an extreme emotion. Womb Hole is a like metaphor - an image to illustrate the violence against women's bodies while also looking through them. It is the sensation of a dark sinking inside your [...]
Announcing 2022 Summer Studio Residents!
Naomi Ehrich Leonard (Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Princeton) and Susan Marshall (Dance, Princeton), with María Santos (Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Princeton), Sarah Witzman (Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Princeton), Isla Xi Han (Architecture, Princeton), and Kathryn Wantlin (Computer Science, Princeton), bring to Pink Noise Projects: “Rhythm Bots,” a work at the intersection of multi-robot dynamics, human-robot [...]
PNP Summer Studio Series 2022
We are pleased to announce the opening of our application period for the Pink Noise Projects (PNP) Summer Studio Program (also referred to as our studio series), which will run from June 1st - July 31st, 2022. Applicants can apply for PNP’s month-long Summer Studio Program, utilizing our gallery space to advance projects, research, or [...]
Made Inside – Work by Sarah Kodish-Eskind
Sarah Kodish-Eskind (they/she) is a maker of things and an art therapist in Philadelphia. Their making varies in medium and purpose. Sarah makes as a way to be with and connect to their self, others, and the surrounding world. This is reflected in their interest in relational themes, creativity, sharing (experiences and objects) and where [...]