Art Exhibit by Mary Bates Neubauer
The Linder Gallery at Keystone College will host the exhibit “Data Dreams and Improbable Objects” by Mary Bates Neubauer, April 9-July 6, 2018. Ms. Neubauer will speak about her work on Monday, April 9 from 4–5 p.m. in Evans Hall, followed by a reception from 5–7 p.m. in the Linder Gallery. The public is invited to attend these free events.
The exhibit transforms conceptual data forms into compelling tangible sculptures. Considering the world around her, Ms. Neubauer collects data from the environment, corporations, weather patterns, and various technologies to generate ideas for her work. Her work consists of digital prints, virtual world sculpture and public art.
“My work is designed to provide a visual interpretation of the behavior of data through time, while remaining true to the underlying input driving the art forms,” said Ms. Neubauer. The visualization of these data forms result in an interdisciplinary series of works that entice the viewer by form, material, texture, and color.
“Research, exploration, and discovery, are all aspects of science that help us understand the natural world. Science teaches us how data and research influence the way we navigate our existence,” said Katie Hovencamp Linder Gallery Director. “Ms. Neubauer utilizes research and data to create new alternative realities and objects.”
For more information and Linder Gallery hours, please call 570-945-8335.
The Linder Gallery exhibitions are supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, and the Wyoming County Room Tax Fund and the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau.