Event Horizons: Science in ArtMink will be showing work from her science-inspired "Event Horizons" series next month at the State of the Art. I got a glimpse of these the weekend before last at Ithaca's yearly Art Trail open studios. More to come about these, but I will say that the new work is eclectic, often weird, and occasionally perhaps over-mannered. Her landscape allusions are still mostly there, but they've been twisted into something less familiar, less predictable.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20th, 7:00pm
Barbara Mink and Frank Moon will show examples of their work, talk about the way science comes into their art and art into science, and invite the audience to share their thoughts on exploring both sides of the brain.
Barbara Mink teaches Management Communication at Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management and is the Artistic Director of the Light in Winter Festival; Frank Moon is a sculptor, science writer and Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Cornell.
Host: Science Cabaret & Light in Winter
Where: WildFire Lounge – 106 S Cayuga St.
Her informal lecture tomorrow promises to be a candid discussion on some of the ideas behind her new work — particularly on the promises and perils of trying to derive artistic ideas from the natural sciences.