2014, Multi-Room Site-Specific Exhibit & Installation (masking tape, video, sound, 3d prints), Majestic Galleries, Nelsonville, OH
       
     
 Spatial Topologies was a collaborative exhibition project featuring  Brian Harnetty, sound artist from Ohio, Astrid Kaemmerling, painter and installation artist from North Rhine Westfalia, Germany, Josh Ottum, musician from California, and Jena Seiler, video artist from New Mexico. 
       
     
 With emphasis on process and site-specific renderings, the artists explored (de)generative characteristics of spatial experiences. Viewers were invited to immerse themselves in the artists’ production and exploration of place. These experiments manifested themselves in visual depictions of urban intersections, aural documentation of the Little Cities of Black Diamond, and physical transformations of the gallery space itself.
       
     
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 2014, Multi-Room Site-Specific Exhibit & Installation (masking tape, video, sound, 3d prints), Majestic Galleries, Nelsonville, OH
       
     

2014, Multi-Room Site-Specific Exhibit & Installation (masking tape, video, sound, 3d prints), Majestic Galleries, Nelsonville, OH

 Spatial Topologies was a collaborative exhibition project featuring  Brian Harnetty, sound artist from Ohio, Astrid Kaemmerling, painter and installation artist from North Rhine Westfalia, Germany, Josh Ottum, musician from California, and Jena Seiler, video artist from New Mexico. 
       
     

Spatial Topologies was a collaborative exhibition project featuring  Brian Harnetty, sound artist from Ohio, Astrid Kaemmerling, painter and installation artist from North Rhine Westfalia, Germany, Josh Ottum, musician from California, and Jena Seiler, video artist from New Mexico. 

 With emphasis on process and site-specific renderings, the artists explored (de)generative characteristics of spatial experiences. Viewers were invited to immerse themselves in the artists’ production and exploration of place. These experiments manifested themselves in visual depictions of urban intersections, aural documentation of the Little Cities of Black Diamond, and physical transformations of the gallery space itself.
       
     

With emphasis on process and site-specific renderings, the artists explored (de)generative characteristics of spatial experiences. Viewers were invited to immerse themselves in the artists’ production and exploration of place. These experiments manifested themselves in visual depictions of urban intersections, aural documentation of the Little Cities of Black Diamond, and physical transformations of the gallery space itself.

wall6616.jpg
       
     
IMG_2723.JPG
       
     
IMG_2694.JPG
       
     
projection6702-1.jpg
       
     
hall6707.jpg
       
     
IMG_2696 copy.jpg