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Artworks Loveland- Altered Perspectives Opening

Altered Perspectives is a two-artist exhibition – featuring Billy Harris and Brandon Gellis.
Opens January 11 reception from 6-9pm with 310 member preview at 5pm.
Free artist lecture January 29, 6pm
 
The exhibition will explore moments experienced on the natural landscape, captured and re-envisioned through digital photography, video and sound design, creative coding, sculptures and augmented and mixed reality. The act of digitally-manipulating moments in time and place augment and ensure temporality of the documented natural world, altering its existence without recognition of its original natural state. Each frame, sequence, interaction and image found in Augmented Perspectives is a window into the artists witnessing and perception of the natural world – its origin, its story, and its future – creating a blur across time, person and place. The exhibitions aims to have the view consider Whether they, we, have become immune to our own destructive nature and potential self-destruction as we alter ourselves and our surrounding world?

 


 

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