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.
Almost Didn’t Happen
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 [...]
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 [...]
American Stories: Re-membering History, Re-imagining Mythos.
An essay by Li Sumpter If past is prologue and pattern is truth, Speak Out! The Historical Self offers somewhat of an art oracle – a creative reading of the signs of these uncertain times that speak inconvenient truths to power. Together, the featured works of Carlos Nuñez and Mikel Elam not only speak to the state [...]
Speak Out! The Historical Self
Carlos Nuñez and Mikel Elam October 2 to October 30, 2020Opening Reception (Virtual): Friday October 2, 7:00 – 9:00pmArtist Talk on Tuesday, October 27 from 7:00pm - 8:00pm. View images and a video of the exhibition HERE Download the exhibition essay "American Stories: Re-membering History, Re-imagining Mythos" by Li Sumpter HERE Pink Noise Projects presents Speak [...]