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Hyphen Hub Salon presents Light artists Erwin Redl and Stephen Auger

For the next Hyphen Hub Salon there are presenting two leading artists working in the field of Light and Neurobiology. Erwin Redl and Stephen Auger work with the multisensory experience of light as a medium, exploring it from differing perspectives along the pathway of seeing - from the emitting source to retinal stimulation to cognitive centers in the brain.

Erwin Redl investigates the process of “reverse engineering” virtual reality and 3D computer models back into architectural environments by means of large scale light installations. For the Salon, he will use The Red Door space to install his mesmerizing recent work "Twists and Turns" (2014), a large-scale light installation using suspended clear glass plates to reflect animated blue and red lasers.

Stephen Auger explores boundaries between sight and other senses, challenging viewers to consider “sensing” as a distinct and conscious form of perception. For the Salon, Auger will be talking about qualities of light as they pertain to perception and art, then lead a lively discussion with the audience.

The night is guest-curated and moderated by Koan Jeff Baysa.

It will be followed by a Q&A with the artists as well as drinks


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  • Ellen P.

    Jason, typos happen, or the selection in the drop down box bounces back so thanks for noting. Hyphen Hub starts at 6:30 and begins promptly at 7. Hyphen Hub is scheduled according to the availability of the artists and curators, which is not always in synch with the hardware hack.

    June 30, 2014

  • Jason L.

    in the invitation it said 4:30 to 7:30 which does not conflict with the hack lab but on the event it says 6:30. which is it?

    June 30, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    It seems like a great event, but why does it have to happen at the exact same time as the hardware hack lab?:)

    1 · June 30, 2014

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